Marche has, by and large, wonderful ingredients, some excellent chefs but a dearth of restaurateurs. Even some of the finest kitchens serve in dining rooms that have décor that could have come from the 1950's - a mish-mash of colours, patterns and textures. So when you eat out in the Marche it's all about what's on the plate, not the ambiance. The majority of dining rooms have at least two televisions and sometimes these are not even tuned to the same station.
Del Cacciatore, however, has no TV and has dining rooms with charm and individuality, from the hunting lodge of the central area to the glass-walled garden annex. The service is smooth and unobtrusive, the menu is expansive and not expensive.
My casserole of wild boar was well seasoned and tender without falling apart; my partner raved about the tenderness and delicate sauce on her roast veal. We were sorry that there was not more of a selection of side-dishes, and regretted that the desserts were the usual lack-lustre selection from the freezer, but despite this it was a lovely lunch in a fine environment. I am looking for an excuse to make the detour that way again, soon.
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