Rustic place in dull setting. Not the place to go for the view, but for the skillful but simplistic kitchen.
Sampled a few dishes, standouts were:
– Truffle carpaccio with tons of finely sliced, very fresh black truffle on top of meat that, alas, was too cold. It was our first dish so we didn't have the patience to wait for it to come up to temperature. Delicious none the less, and plenty of truffle for the money (no truffle oil).
– Worm-shaped pasta with wild asparagus. This was so good it almost made us cry. Perfectly al dente pasta with elegantly understated asparagus and olive oil "sauce". Sensational.
Other dishes were perfectly fine, ravioli with beef ragu and simple grilled veal are the ones I remember. Braised beef ribs were plain and one-dimensional in flavor.
The house merlot was cheap and tasted cheap, but the cabernet suggested by the staff was outstanding for the price.
All in all a very pleasant experience with a few truly superlative elements.
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