Living locally we often eat at the SanGiorgio and it always lives up to expectations. There is an imaginative menu that is difficult to choose from....do try the mezzalune (half moon ravioli filled with carbonara sauce with crispy bacon and asparagus on top) delicious.The lamb shank is wonderful as is the pigeon with foie gras! There are good vegetarian options too. The desserts are a delight. There is a calm, comfortable ambience in the restaurant good for romantic/business or celebratory occasions. or it is also possible to eat al fresco, just off the main square. Service is discreet and efficient. Prices are reasonable.
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