We found this place a bit randomly while staying in a bed&breakfast near Deruta and we loved it. It is located in the lower part of Deruta, a bit far from the historical center. From the outside, it looked a bit like a run down place but our first impression was so wrong. We were warmly welcomed by thy owner and chose a quite table near the window. We ordered tagliolini al pesto and a farro soup that were to die for. As a second, we had a delicious tagliata with pecorino and rucola. At the end, the owner came to our table with a little bottle in his hand. It contained aceto blasmico di modena aged 25 years. It poured a few drops of a teaspoon for us to taste: what an experience! We finished our dinner with a great coffee prepared with the moka (I did not think there exist still restaurants that use it!) and piad a ridiculously low price for a fantastic meal!
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