Set in one of Scheggino's 14th-century buildings, the restaurant has great presence. Between the two of us we had a mixed grain soup (fabulous) and pasta w truffles and pig cheeks, pasta w boar's meat and salad. Everything was excellent, and the house wine was the best we've had anywhere in Italy. As we left, we made a reservation to return.
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