We were intrigued by the menu at Ristorante Posta which included chocolate ravioli, so had to give it a go. The converted post office has many pictures and other mementos from its previous history. The atmosphere is relaxed and the service very attentive and helpful. Our waiter gave us some excellent recommendations, including the ravioli, not actually filled with chocolate, but marscarpone and gorgonzola and cocoa in the pasta mix, and very tasty. We both had rare beef (cut into thin strips and in a mound) and coated in balsamic vinegar. The entire menu had many original dishes and was reasonably priced for the quality. The wines too were not over-priced. There were plenty of locals (or rather Milanese) and a few other tourists for a Wednesday night in late October.
I recommend this restaurant most highly and plan to return.
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