The food was good, home-style cooking. On a recent trip to southern Italy, we stopped for Sunday lunch. The owners were friendly as they described to me in Italian what the lunch choices for the day were. (Don't know if they spoke English as I chose to speak to them in Italian.) My husband and I split a cold seafood antipasto plate. It contained a variety of seafood. As an appetizer, we also ordered the warm steamed mussels (also very fresh). Our pasta dish was linguini with baccala (salted cod, tomatoes and black olives). It was so good and so different. We had never had anything like it. No second course for us as we were stuffed! I had shared with the owner that I was looking for a bakery in the area which served Sfogliatelle (a southern Italian pastry) and one that I had had some years ago while on vacation in the area. He not only made a recommendation but realizing we wouldn't make it over to the bakery before they closed, he sent a friend to pick-up a half dozen pastries which I gladly paid for. I'm still impressed and talking about the warm hospitality.
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