Not actually in Soriano, rather just off the Orte-Viterbo Superstrada.
Huge menu, especially the pasta section. Everything we had was very good, apart from the boring chickpea salad starter, just a big bowl of cous cous, with some chopped tomato and a bit of rucola. The lamb, scottaditto, hard to get in this region, without it being like bony sticks, was tasty. The beef with spices was satisfyingly tender, although not particularly 'spicy'. We got a lovely wine, Lazio Sangiovese. Very cheerful and friendly waiter.
Helpful suggestion to chef/owner: your menu just too vast, very interesting but makes choice difficult, why not 'rotate' the dishes, give us 15 at a time, not 50. With such a huge number of dishes, it's difficult to see how everything can be fresh and anyway it's good to work with the seasons.
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