The other recent reviews of this place are spot-on in my opinion. There is nothing fancy about the restaurant itself - it's down an unpromising street just north of the railway station some way from the centre of town on foot but just a short taxi ride. From the outside it looks like a basic trattoria which would give the idle passer-by no indication of the gastronomic delights inside.
The service is fantastic - although the owner self-deprecatingly says his English is poor, it is actually very good and his explanation of the dishes was great (source of ingredients, where they come from (generally very local), how it was cooked etc.). And, as you would expect from people so passionate about food, the cooking was excellent. Nothing fancy, just very tasty authentic local dishes that the Italians seem to do so well.
The wine list is short (red or white!) but good quality and well matched to the food.
Based on our visit on a Friday night, booking is essential and you can understand why: fantastic, locally-sourced food with great service and reasonably priced. What's not to like?