the restaurant is inside an old church left as it was during its use..
the menu is complete with local plates and fish with very particular entrees and first courses..
we ate the platter with mixed salami, pecorino, crostini, bruschetta and a plate on cinta sienese very particular..
as first course we had the ravioli with ricotta and zucchini and tordelli with rabbit and dried tomatoes both very good tasting plates with the right match of ingredients..
we also tasted the foccacia very soft and with some ollive oil on top to complete it toghter with the salames was very good..
very nice place to go with friends with a nice selection of wines and if you like to eat typical local plates
very clean place including the restrooms and good service
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