...this is the place for you. Even if you don't, plenty of great alternatives though it is famous for its fungi especially the porcini that grow round about (mainly October/November time I think) . Great, intimate, atmosphere, and although rushed off his feet this December lunchtime, excellent service - with "a smile". We were there with some friends and had a variety of dishes, both antipasti and mains (primo/secondo) and all were excellent in terms of presentation and taste. Good selection of wines. Sweets were fine, though perhaps limited, but cannoli, though not on the menu, was available for the asking!
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