Thankfully I had spot checked Google earth before attempting to find this restaurant since my GPS unit didn't even recognize the streets we were traveling. Easy enough to find if you remember that it's the Aurellia exit off the Autostrada and then go through two roundabouts (which are awesome and I wish we had more of them in the US). Anyway, once we got there we were greeted by the delightful waitress and chef. We enjoyed our Saturday afternoon lunch which consisted of multiple seafood delicacies. Our favorite dish was the baccalà marinato (marinated salt cod) a traditional plate from the province of Massa Carrara. We also enjoyed the squid ink pasta (as it turns the chef is from Venice so is gifted in this traditional recipe from Veneto). Other dishes we sampled: acciughe fritte (fried anchovies), calamari ripieni (stuffed squid), baccalà fritto al rosmarino (fried cod with rosemary), and, tordelli di carne (meat raviolli). For desert we enjoyed the torta di pere e cioccolato (homemade chocolate pear cake). All of this great food, with wine, bottled water, and coffee for the two of us came to 49 euro (an amazingly good deal considering the amount and quality of food we were served). It was nice to enjoy the food outside under a canopied structure with a view of the mountains as a backdrop.
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