We ate at the restaurant in the middle of vibrant Norcia three years ago, about a month before the devastating earthquake. It was located just off the main square, which was nearly destroyed. We decided to revisit this beautiful town, but found that many shops and it seems like almost all the restaurants closed their doors. It looks like the town is rebuilding. Some of the shops relocated just outside of the center of town, in temporary quarters. This restaurant did the same. We would not have found it except for a store owner telling us the restaurant moved to just outside the center of town, less than a quarter of mile.
We loved our meal in the old beautiful location and we had an equally delightful meal. Our waiters were dressed in black and white waiter uniforms and were helpful with our questions and gluten free requests. The meal was spectacular- nice portions and delicious and very fairly priced. The building seemed to be built just for the restaurant- simple. In the back of the restaurant there was an area sectioned off for the workers rebuilding the city.
I hope the city rebuilds and hope tourists support the city. This is a gem Of a restaurant and would give it a try.
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