Me and my girlfriend stopped, by chance, at Ammodonostro around 8-9pm in July and was served a very good 4 course "tasting menu". The starter was bruschetta and Prosciutto Toscana — the best cured ham we've ever had, which was followed by a lamb ravioli (I think). The second course was a a really tasty piece of pork fried in honey, while the dessert was quite forgettable as neither of us can remember it!
We opted to replace the included wine with a more expensive and full bodied red wine and ended up paying 72€ in total — the recommended wine we chose was a good fit and the service was very good over all.
In fact, the ham was so good that we chatted with the chef and got the adress of a delicatesse shop where we bought our own piece the next day!
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