The countryside around this place is appreciable. It's a sort of bar/restaurant, meaning you can order a full meal. Service is reasonably friendly and efficient. It's busy. You get decent food at a decent price. Italians come here, in crowds. If you want to eat what the Italians eat, this is a good place to go. However, plastic, a tent-feel veranda, and food that is...ok. Sure, it's not a tourist trap, the food represents traditional and simple Italian fairly well. Is it particularly good in ANY way - no. Is it consistent and fair value, yes. If you're passing by, it's worth a visit.
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