We wandered into this restaurant on a Sunday afternoon visiting the Piedmont Wine Country. What good luck for us! While we ended up spending more on lunch than we planned when we started looking for a lunch spot, it was worth the price! Service was warm, friendly, and we felt like family right away. The food was excellent! They happily split our shared appetizer and first courses: tuna with a unique and subtle "salsa Tsatski", stuffed pasta with butter & sage. For seconds I had quail stuffed with foie gras and a side of red onion chutney and my husband had wine-cooked veal with a side of fennel and a tomato chutney. Too full for dessert! Since we were driving after lunch, we each only wanted one glass of wine. The owner was happy to open a local bottle to pour us each a single glass. I would recommend this restaurant for lunch or dinner - it was special.
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