Italian Friends took us to this place and we had high expectations. They did not materialize.
The antipasti had too much bread (in various combinations, but bread nevertheless) and almost no Umbrian salumi or other cold cuts for which the area is famous.
For main course we had roasted piccino (pigeon), which came rather dry, baked skamorza (a local smoked cheese), so rich that the person who ordered it only ate a small portion and "donated" the rest, and still we could not finish it, between the four of us. The artichokes, dipped in barter and fried were dry and rich. Other entries we tasted were veal paillard (veal lightly grilled and rather tasteless) and some other veal with a hot tomatoes sauce. All sides were additional and portions were small.
We drank a local Montefalco (red) and followed it with a taste of grapa (a "digestivo"). Service was rather distracted and it took forever to get the check. It was not expensive but I think the food was rather ordinary. The olive oil came in water bottle and not very good, which is a shame, given that Umbria is one of the top three best oil producing regions in Italy. The ambiance was pleasant and the owner seems to have a taste for single malts, because an impressive collection of those was displayed in the area of the bar. There were no tourists at all, only locals, the place was completely full and everybody seemed to be having great time. As for me, I just have to continue my search for a restaurant I really like in Perugia.