Although, as they say, it is easy to eat well in Italy, it is likewise true that it is not often surprised by a restaurant's offerings. LIttle did I know I would find a lively, modern and creative space such as this in the small medieval town of Vasto, about an hour from Pescara. The stone walls not only house a connoisseurs' selection of hand crafted beers, but also a menu of small and medium bites that stimulates curiosity and does not disappoint with flavor. Some dishes include a poached farm fresh egg draped in succulent lardo, a plate of smoked and raw local fish drizzled in olive oil and studded with pink peppercorns (the baccalà was surprisingly delicate) and a hot dog made of cinta senese rare breed pork with home-made sauces. Truly worth the trip, also considering the lovely town, which should be even better in summer as it is on the sea.
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