I really was not expecting such good food in a remote location. All of the products are locally sourced and perfectly prepared. Many of the products are actually produced by the family that owns the restaurant. Antonio and his sister run the front end while mama is in the kitchen. I'm not a big mushroom fan but here I loved the mushrooms. We had mushrooms and the house ham with the best ricotta cheese for an appetizer. The pasta course was a mushroom pasta and ravioli. The entree was a simple grilled shrimp and grilled mushrooms that tasted incredible. Desert was a homemade cake. The service was friendly and professional. They really knew how to make you feel at home. The house wine was so good I asked them to sell me a couple of bottles so I can give some to my Italian friends that were also quite impressed by it. If your anywhere near this restaurant do visit it worth the trip.
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