Lucky we had booked here on a Tuesday night as it was filled with locals. The platter of mixed cheeses and meats with focaccia was a great introduction to the delights of the area. Most of our party ordered the veal in red wine sauce which did not disappoint. One brave soul tried the donkey ravioli which was also good. Definitely try some Barbera D'Asti (red wine). Our hosts spoilt us with housemade Limoncino and Grappa di Moscato at the end of the meal.
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