We visited here following a recommendation from our hotel. It is a very easy place to find, just minutes from the church side of the main square up to the left from the synagogue. It is clearly marked by the large yellow sign in the photos on this page.
The menu on the wall outside is all in Italian which initially put us off (we speak not a word!). But upon entry and going up stairs we were offered a menu in English, French or German! Our waiter spoke excellent English as was able to guide us through the option we could get. He took great delight in explaining to us the local specialities and the history of the food (we felt more and more like locals the longer we stayed there!)
The food was served quickly and was warm, delicious and excellent size portions. The place went like a fair which at least 30 Italians coming in to eat their tea.
We left feeling like we had had good value for money, an education into local food and like we were now part of the community! A excellent evening, delicious food with added wonderful hospitality thrown in for free.
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