Good! We ate here twice in November. What is included in the coperto is above average: bread with good green olives, some shredded crunchy bread and a meat/cheese layered type bread. We ordered an antipasti of three dishes: a mixed funghi, a borlotti bean with black truffles, and a garbanzo bean with vinegar (the latter somewhat forgettable). On another trip we tried the bruschetta appetizer: it was ok.
We tried the Pasta al Mugnaia as a primi – good meat based pasta; we also tried the orecchiette pasta with a cheese/eggplant sauce, called something like San Agnello: good. For a secondo, we tried the marinated, grilled lamb; tris de salciciccia was also good. Many people order Spiedini as a secondo: it looked good, too. We had a contorni of baked/stewed vegetables (like a rattatoille): not sure of the name. The house wine was also good, althought they have many Montepulciano d’Abruzzo choices as well.
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