This is a positive review but I'll set the scene first up - customers should go to this restaurant for the food, and everything else summed up as 'charm'. Service took a long while and owners/staff were happily smoking whilst walking in and out of the restaurant. But the food was worth the wait, and was authentically Italian. The antipasto plate for instance was generous and featured 'lardo' (slices of cured and marinated pig fat) - which I really got into, while the rest of the family avoided it. The pasta we ordered was some of the best in Italy. My wife was very happy to be ordering her Parpadelle alla Chinghiale - big flat strips of pasta with wild boar. It was reminiscent of the flavours we had come to love from our previous trip to Tuscany a few years ago. I was not so impressed with the Tiramisu which came out a little dry. On the hole, it was a good lunch stop, it was not very touristy and which was a place I'd happily revisit.
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