Eating at Trattoria Da Papa feels more like being invited to your friend's Italian grandparents' house for dinner. There are several tables in the small room, but it doesn't make you feel claustrophobic, just cozy. The menu is all verbal. As I usually narrow down what to order by the price, I asked the server what was available for under 10 euros. He listed a few seafood pastas, and mentioned the bolognese that was 8 euros. I ordered the bolognese (so delicious) which came with delicious bread.
I also ordered the tiramisu, which was so delicious and light I could have easily eaten three servings of it. (Though it was pricey at 4 or 5 euros.)
They do not accept credit cards, so bring cash with you. However when I found this out and had no cash on me, the owner, Bruno, offered to drive me down the road to a local ATM. He was very sweet and excited. I wish I knew more Italian so I knew what he said!
The whole family was very kind, even offering me a free limoncello once Bruno and I returned with the cash.
I recommend the quaint trattoria for a look into authentic Italian meals, a romantic night out, a family dinner, or just visiting solo.
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