located in a romantic small village on top of a mountain. service was always nice, friendly and attentive. wine was very good. outstanding was the primo. ravioli-like pasta with tartufo. the pasta was so delicate and thin-layered that the knife went trough it like air. i say ravioli-like because it wasnt ravioli more two layers pasta with a ricotta/tartufo ball in the middle... one of a kind! as secundo we had tagliata di chianina with various kinds of souces - all flavoured differently and honey based. it was a joy, the best one for sure the house-made one.
tip: try to get a table on the balcony.