I read about this on a food blog and thought I would try it. It is in the historic center and open for lunch only. When we arrived they had a near full house but were able to seat us right away (it probably seats 30-35 max). About five minutes later a line was forming. They had a menu with about 5 options for each course and the sides all looked really good. The waiter was very nice and attentive. I had gnocchi di sorrentina and my friend started with a cabbage risotto. I next had meatballs in sauce and my friend had an eggplant dish. These seemed to be the most popular dishes being served. The gnocchi had a great tangy sauce and the cheese was nice and the fried meatballs were very tasty. My friend loved his risotto and eggplant dishes. They serve an inexpensive local wine. I believe we paid about 14 euro each. Don't go too late or you will have to wait for a seat. We got there around 1. (There are two records for this restaurant in TA with slightly different names. They are the same. I just realized this and posted here again, where the name is correct.)
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