Everything is perfectly delicious here and the hospitality is warm and inviting. The homemade pappardelle with ragu of cingiale was so perfect that we returned for it another night. (I am not normally much of a meat and game eater, but I would encourage adventurous eating in Umbria, as they bring out the best in meats.) I would say the arugula, walnut and pecorino salad is the best salad I have eaten in Italy, which is saying a lot. We loved the delicately prepared sides of eggplant and roasted potatoes. The sommelier, who I think is also the owner, recommended some really delicious and fairly priced Umbrian wines (in my opinion, the Umbrian wines beat out a lot of highly rated and pricy Tuscans). Looking around the room, everyone seemed to enjoy the meat main courses but we couldn't fit them in, especially because it is worth it to save room for the panna cotta and molten chocolate cake. (While I doubt these were served in Roman times, I appreciate an Umbrian chef that knows that desserts are normally the weak point in the otherwise completely tantalizing Umbrian kitchen.). Have I raved enough? We will remember our meals here.
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