Wandering through the lane ways between Torre dell'Olio and Corso Garibaldi, we came across this ristorante and thought it could be a good choice for a light Christmas Eve lunch before the big one with family on Christmas Day. It was cold outside and we were happy to be seated next to the fireplace. We opted for the degustation menu of cured meats, crostini and soups. All the dishes served were returned empty! We especially liked the chickpea velvet soup. We did not have any alcohol on this occasion. The service was friendly and professional; the decor includes Due Mondi festival framed posters and pictures making this one of the historic eateries of the town.
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