We eventually found this restaurant and decided to eat there one evening.
This is definitely a family run affair with lots of locals eating in there as well-always a good sign I suppose.
There was a menu with limited English but it didn't matter. I chose three courses but I didn't really know what they were. However they were all superb. Asconi Piconi fried olives, mushroom/truffle spaghetti, and veal escalope (dish of the day). It is very near the football pitch in the town and obviously caters for locals-including the Red Cross!
All in all a superb evening with authentic Italian food.
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