A great atmosphere in the garden at the palazzo for this white-tablecloth, traditional establishment. The maitre d' was helpful and knowledgeable, her team were attentive, and the wine and excellent tasting menu were full of local flavors.
We had a great evening, albeit somewhat confusing, given that the menu is hard to navigate (three separate tasting menus with several multi-dish options) and there is no advertised wine pairing. We ate more than enough with the four course tasting, and there was a little bit too much pasta/rice for our taste, but in a town that has suffered so much, the restaurant deserves all the plaudits it receives and we were delighted with the overall experience.
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