We didn't quite fancy the touristy restaurants in the high old town and so found this on TA and walked slightly down hill for a visit. The outdoor tables are on small groups of four or two on the road and it has a pleasant view over the city walls, if not stunning.
The staff were friendly and spoke in English or Italian depending upon your abilities.
We had the aubergine parmigiana as a starter and then duck and the ravioli as mains. The food was excellent, if a little on the oily side, the ravioli in particular was in a (clearly mentioned in the menu) pool of butter. The duck was tasty and pink, and I also had the roast potatoes that were really good.
If you are looking for a smaller intimate restaurant off the main drag then I would recommend it.
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