This is a deli and enoteca in one. We were sent here by one of the shops where we bought stuff and are glad we didn't end up in a fancy restaurant for a change. It is a simple, down-to-earth deli.
We were the only guests but that didn't bother us as the place was small and we had the full attention of the owner. Once in a while, a local would come in to buy something.
Had some very good prosciutto (hand-cut) and other sausages, as well as pecorino. The bread was dry though. I'm not sure if it was from the day before or that morning. Luckily, the freshly baked ciambellone (marble cake) made up for it.
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