Having been frustrated by a full house in our chosen restaurant for the evening, we stumbled past Vicolo Colmbina; set in a quiet, narrow (although atmospheric) street just 3/400 m from Piazza Maggiore. Excellent menu - tagliatelle, rabbit, lamb ... all very traditional. The attention to detail was excellent - the quality of the breads, presentation of the olive oil, the wine decanters ... as was the manager. We visited Al Sangiovese as well whilst in Bologna, and we thought the food at Vicolo was certainly as good. We tried to return on the Friday night and the place was packed (so best to reserve a table in future). Half bottles of wine available, and we spend circa Euro 90 on a 2 courses each (for 2) and 2 half bottles of wine.
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