This was highly recommended in our rough guide and so we went out of our way to go here. We weren't disappointed overall and had a delicious dinner.
The place itself is pretty authentically rustic I think which old photos on the wall and agricultural paraphanelia dotted around the place. It is certainly better when others turn up and create a bit of atmosphere, at which point you can all look at each other and roll your eyes when more and more food comes out. You don't order; they just bring you what they've got, and apparently they usually have quite a lot as you certainly don't go hungry in this place.
The food is top-notch and is classic agri-turismo so a good way of tasting authentic local food and very drinkable local wine.
We thought this lived up to its excellent reputation.
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