Yesterday I was once more in this restaurant, together with some friends of mine. We had a nice lunch, tasting traditional regional food - a large variety of appetizers, risotto with mushrooms, meat ravioli, pork and beef dishes - and drinking local sparkling red wine (Bonarda). Nevertheless, our lunch took almost three ours before drinking coffee and paying the bill.
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