We found the trattoria coming back from the walk up St. Luca, but it was our dog that made us go in- she planted herself in the door and refused to move. I'm glad we listened to her, because this was an amazing lunch. The house wine (we had the red) was delicious and cheap, and the water was very reasonably priced as well - a rarity in Europe. The bread and salami taster was yummy, but the real superstar of the appetizers (and I suspect the reason my dog wanted to go in) was the bread - it was freshly sliced, with chunks of salami and rosemary baked into it. We easily went through two baskets. We then split a plate of mozzarella - the local "baloney" is outstanding. My husband went for the tagliata Bianca, which was sliced grilled chicken that simply melted in your mouth. I had the ravioli with pear, gorgonzola, and porcini mushrooms. Unfortunately, we were too full for dessert, but everything only cost about 43 EUR. Would definitely seek this place out again!