After a first dinner, we returned the following evening because we were enthusiastic about everything. The atmosphere is what first captures your eye: you are entering a crafts gallery of old furniture, pictures, unusual everyday objects from a not-so-distant past, all tastefully displayed along a narrow hall leading to the dinining room. This is furnished with rustic Tuscan period tables and chairs, with crazy moving sculptures, all unique pieces, set on each table. Daguerrotypes and portraits of all sizes hang from the walls. The kind waiter welcomes and shows you to your table, handing you a small blackboard with the day's menu. You choose from a small list, but all items sound so delicious, you'd want to taste them all. The pastas are all home-made, of different shapes and variously presented.
We were three and chose three different pasta dishes, in order to try as many as we could. Same thing can be said about the main dishes: all delicious. The desserts also stood out for taste and presentation. A hearty house wine complemented the very filling selection. The jovial chef is an incredible lady who uses personal and traditional recipes with secret ingredients and who we believe also runs the cultural events that take place in this well hidden place.
The bill? Our wallet was truly grateful! Not to be missed.
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