Although the place is not extraordinarily elegant or glamorous, there is definitely superior about the main courses (various pastas) in this place. Combinations are both creative and traditional and (local) ingredients seem to be very fresh and tasteful.
Ravioli, gnocchi or other filled pasta are worth a try. It is also visible that quite a lot of efforts are done for the desserts which were beautiful looking and good - but not astonishing - tasting
There is also a pizza maker in the centre of the restaurant but we did not try it.
Service was nice and familiar, although maybe a bit slow.
Prices were OK, considering the high quality of food we ate.
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