I went there with some colleagues for a dinner and I found a very friendly and positive atmosphere. The menu is traditional Tuscan cuisine with variations from Basilicata. In fact, the starters include meats and vegetables typical of that region and it was an absolute discovery. I tasted a pasta dish called 'del colono' which is a secret recipe and tastes elegant as a 'carbonara' light with an exotic flavor. The meat dishes are exceptional for the quality of the meat. The desserts are homemade and very well kept. The price is absolutely competitive and popular, setting a value money more than positive.
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