First off, don't be afraid to ask for directions to this place. I reccomend printing out the name and address so you can have locals point you in the right direction. It's off the beaten path a little in town so you'll need a little help.
They are know for the wild boar dishes which were rich and delicious. They had a price fixed meal at the time but we opted to go for a few smaller dishes including the Pappardelle, Bruchetta Pomodora, and Risotto Peruca (which wasnt cooked as much as we normally like but like most Italian establishments al dente is harder then we're used to in the states so if you enjoy your pasta more cooked we suggest asking for them to make it that way when ordering. For the main course we had the Tagliata Ruc Porcini- Sliced beef (served freely with rocket and pecorino cheese, porcini and lard and we tried the Cinghiale Vecchia Maniera (Wild boar in the old way - marinated with red wine and spices, cooked in psalms and served with potatoes and asparagus flan. I enjoyed my wife's wild boar more so then the sliced beef.
Overall this is a nice romantic spot that feels like your in some ones private celler and the food is all home cooked - you will certainly leave here full and satisfied.
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