The restaurant is little, as previous reviewers pointed out there are long tables that you'll most probably share and booking ahead is highly recommended.
Dodi is the owner with her husband Giorgio and, along with their super-charming staff they will make your meal memorable from a culinary and human point of view. The breads, pastas and desserts are all home-made, the herbs and mashrooms are collected or grown by them and all the other ingredients are chosen with great care.
You'll find traditional (often old recipes that were rescued) dishes along with imaginative recipes using only seasonal ingredients.
Dodi does not speak any English and there is no written menu, so just go with the flow, have a look at what other diners are eating and enjoy your meal!
It's also a great option for vegetarians.
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