It is so hard to find bad food in Italy and once again a restaurant tucked into the bottom of a hilltop building provided a wonderful four course meal. The arancini starter, the pasta ala Norma, involtini and cannolo were delicious and served so you could savor the meal from start to finish. The service was very friendly ....one lady was so pleased when you enjoyed the dishes she brought to table, and you could have stayed at the table as long as you wanted. I just wish they had Italian music in the background instead of American rock. The restaurant itself was lovely with warm plastered walls, wooden peasant furniture and just the right amount of lighting.
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