It was a nice meal that we had on a hot summer day, so the shaded terrace was indeed a welcome sight, and the home wine was really refreshing.
Daily offer included home made pasta with typical seasonal "sugo" : chioce was between asparagus, truffles, and the autoctone beef- "boskarin".
Grilled meat and grilled vegetables were tasty and the portion was above the average. I liked that salad included only what was grown in the family vegetable plot, so you are very sure to eat only locally produced food.
Service was pleasant and helpful. Overall bill was reasonable, apart from the pasta with truffles, which was twice the cost of the meat, but truffles are known to be rather on the expensive side (and taste great !).
But it's a great place for a lunch or dinner, also suitable for families with kids, it is surrounded by a green lawn, and a small stream just nearby. A famous local wine producer is situated right nearby, so you can plan a visit too!
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