We had a full on day sightseeing in the cold and rain and wanted an early meal - something that has been quite hard to find in Italy. We stumbled upon this trattoria. It was the only one in the square that was busy. The outdoor dining area was heated and sheltered from the cold wind and rain by clear plastic sides. The service was attentive and the food was very tasty. We especially enjoyed the ravioli with pecorino cheese and pear! Whilst it wasn't especially cheap (service charge of E2 each) it still represented pretty good value.
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