Ristochicco does not pretend to be a simple trattoria and its chef is celebrated in the menu. It was nice to see them celebrating a skilled chef who clearly wants to provide food he cares about rather than push out the usual. The waiter was happy to give advice about the menu and wine which was helpful.
So the antipasti was large and various, saltimbocco very good, and lemon ravioli with prawns was delicious- although rather messy to eat since the generous portion of large prawns need to be shelled but had already been covered in sauce.( You end up trying eat with hands covered in fishy sticky sauce unless you hurry for the servicio, and the food gets cold while you are washing your hands, Perhaps the locals manage it better than I did. )
We only went once in the evening, and it was not over busy. However, it was considerably more expensive than others we had visited, almost twice the price in fact for two courses and wine.
So, very happy to recommend it and the food is lovely and wine good but you will pay more for it, in comparison with others in the area.
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