Ate here our first evening in Greve based on the recommendation of our gal at the front desk. Overall we were not disappointed mind you, but nothing truly stood out for us either. The town of Montefioralle is itself simply beautiful with this restaurant being ever so slightly outside of town. The crew working are family with mom and grandma "slaving" away in the kitchen. The burratta appetizer was huge and we were unable to finish it, which is quite a rarity. The quality was decent - nothing great. I had their chicken with balsamic and tonight and the wife tried the pasta with meat-sauce which was also okay. We shared a bottle of wine and had dessert. All in all a decent meal. but for us, given the other meals we had during our 2 weeks in Italy, this place turned out to be average. We thoroughly enjoyed their music being played in the background - when was the last time you heard Patrick Hernandez's Born to be Alive, and you had Italians with limited knowledge of English singing most of it?
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