We picked the restaurant by chance because it looked attractive even though, at the time we passed by, there was no-one in it - always a dangerous sign! But we need not have worried; the owner was gracious - completely bilingual, and the menu very interesting. For an appitizer I chose a celeriac salad a sharp English cheese. My partner was convinced (despite not being very hungry) to have a dish with tiny meatballs. For our main courses, I had fettucini cassio e pepe and he had polenta with mushrooms porkribs with tomato sauce. All four dishes were phenomenal. The price tag was a little high for lunch, but very much worth the price.
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