I arrived early without a reservation (7:30pm) on a Saturday night and was given the last table by the door and watched throughout my dinner the waiter turn away both tourists and locals; so make reservations! The menu is only in Italian and I was amazed at how patient the waiter was with three American couples who had no idea what any of the food items were or what they wanted. English is spoken by the three wait staff but it made me wonder why they just didn't translate the menu since the restaurant is such a TA destination restaurant. Yes the food was also great. I don't usually order two plates, so I asked for a small portion of the Nidi and the waiter was happy to offer a half portion what was just right and excellent! I wanted to try the wild boor with sauce and polenta; also very good, but just too much food for me. It was very rich and filling. Had a glass of house white wine, water with the bill for one person was 25 euros. Felt fine as a women sitting alone and wasn't rushed despite the full restaurant and constantly arriving patrons. The restaurant is easy to locate, just off the main street. Recommended.
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