One of the most satisfying places to eat and stay for many many many miles around; it's not just the food - which is fabulous, copious and delicious - but also the ambiance of the witchy decor, the stacks of 1920's radios, the Casa di Tolleranza tarif-board reminding you of the building's seedier past...
Classic mountain dishes of variously meat, pastas, potatoes, vegetables, all swimming in delicious sauces with, of course, plenty of bread to mop it all up. Several courses later, you are guaranteed to end the evening feeling supremely full, warm, glowing and satisfied. Or end your lunch with an irrepressible desire to go for a digestive snooze in the sun, particularly after having consumed some lovely local vintage.
Highly attentive, Maria and her family are incredibly welcoming, humorous and friendly. You are treated as if you were a long-time member of the local community, as warmly as the old village regulars who fill out the restaurant every mealtime.
Have only just returned from the last trip to Molini, but am already looking forward to going back later in the year to Santo Spirito for another dose of how life should be.
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