This is a small and typically pretty restaurant. I ordered the spinach and ricotta gnocchi (also composed of farina, egg, and Parmesan), a specialty. It is briefly boiled, then baked and served in tomato sauce. It was very tender and delicious, but I grew tired of eating it before I finished, and I am a gnocchi fanatic. I then had a goulash of wild boar and deer with polenta. For me, the dish was peppery to the point where I could not distinguish the deer from the boar. The polenta was in rectangular logs and the texture was not what I had expected when I ordered polenta. So, I can't say that my visit was successful. And I heard the same odd soundtrack a prior reviewer mentioned. The service was friendly.
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