Di Penco is a bit off the beaten path (about a 20 minute walk from Triangeln station) & if you didn’t know about it, you would miss it. The umbrellas give a hint that something is there but the restaurant is in the lower lever of a residential building so definitely a neighborhood spot.
Arrived around 7 on a Thursday evening & it was semi busy. The dining area is cozy & when the weather is nice I’m sure outside seating is the way to go.
I wasn’t very hungry so decided to go with Antipasti & ordered the Burrata. The cheese was exquisite with minor hints of Truffles accompanied by baby tomatoes and salami. This one can definitely be shared. They serve complimentary fresh bread with olive oil. I returned & tried the Ventricina Pasta with Salami (#4) and it was very good. Mushroom, Salami & cheese sauce combined for a great taste
They also have a small deli selling meats, olives and various dips. If you will be visiting during peak (dinner), reservations are recommended & they are closed on the weekend. Seating can be a bit tight. That said, Service was excellent!