This was the place I read about as a “must”. It turned out to be good solid standard fare, very home made and tasty, but certainly not worth the pilgrimage some say is a must. In fact, I would say it’s really not worth the hype and there are dozens of similar places around. We ordered the antipasti which was white beans, grilled eggplant, frittata, and a cold potato salad with tomatoes and arugula.
We shared for our main course the meatballs (which were very nice and light in texture, bathed in tomato sauce) and the typical dish of sauteed chicory and fava beans.
For dessert we shared a slice of ricotta cake. With house wine and water, lunch was 35 euro.
Everything was fine, but again, not spectacular. I think the allure of this place is that it looks like you are dining in someone’s living room and you can see right into the tiny kitchen.
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