I had a surprising dining experience in this nondescript village next to where I was born and a few km from Salerno. The food is totally worth the short trip (GPS recommended). The chef uses mostly local flavours (scarola, artichokes, fava beans, buffalo mozzarella) associated with a few international ingredients (the delicious beef was from Poland) to create refined dishes which explode with flavour. For those not living in Italy the prices are ridiculously cheap (we paid 70 euros for 3 courses and a nice wine and the digestive was offered... And it wasn't a limoncello but a barbaresco grappa ripened in barrel!). And after the pre-dessert, the dessert and the cookies we were almost unable to get up from the table! The place was deserted on the Saturday after Easter when locals are still digesting their festive meals but I suppose it fills up in the weekend.
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