A good agriturismo, no doubt. We were staying in nearby Villa Bongiovanni and went to La Borina because it is the closest restaurant. It was really worth it. The food is very tasty, respecting the ingredients, traditional. It is not cheap but you get what you pay for, so we left the table happy. That day we liked it so much that we went there again. Unfortunately, there was a private party that day and the restaurant was full. We were served by another waiter, not the owner, but somebody that was clearly less committed to the business. The food took longer to come, with this and that missing... It is a family run business with great food and service, but it cannot really cope with a large amount of customers at the same time. I also think they should offer a cup of lemoncello or a coffee on the house, the prices can surely afford it. In conclusion, I'd recommend it warmly, but if you see it is very full, you'd better go somewhere else.
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