Our hotel, the Edera recommended we try this place. We went early at 7:00 and the outdoor seating was all reserved so we ended up sitting inside. Nice tall brick arches add a little atmosphere. The waitress spoke no English, nor did another waiter. The place rapidly filled with locals and many other people who walked up without a reservation were turned away. The menu had English and with our basic phrase card things worked out fine.
My vegetable soup appetizer was very tasty, although overcooked. My wife's risotto with porcini was good, although I'm not sure the rice they used. Our entrees of Saltambucca and chicken in wine sauce were excellent, better than the appetizers. Our friend had a fillet with peppercorns and cream sauce. The only time the language barrier came into play is that the steak was medium rare, not medium. The third waiter was the only one who spoke any English and we got it all figured out. It came back perfect and he loved it.
The tiramasu was quite tasty as was a frozen meringue with chocolate sauce.
Wine was reasonably priced and they had a good selection, not overwhelming.
If you're looking for a place that hasn't adapted their menu to tourists, this is it. Total price for 3 with 2 bottles of wine, and 3 after dinner drinks was 135 before tip.
Total bill for 3 people
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