We visited Todi between Christmas and New Year's. Not exactly high season. We had stopped by earlier in the day and checked out the menu. It looked good. We made a reservation and returned at 20.30 (8:30pm). We were seated into a larger, slightly lower than street level room. On the wall behind us were shelves with wine bottles on it. Across the room was a heating unit. Quite useful on this cold December evening.
The waitress for the room was friendly and able to communicate well in English. We ordered our meal and then asked about wine. No, they do not have a wine list. They have shelves with wine. We picked a local wine, tasted it, and found it perfect for our dinner. For those who think they are going to be exploited. This was a very good wine for less than 20 Euros.
For our prime course, we share the Gnocchetti radicchio e gorgonzola (Gnocchi with Gorgonzola cheese and radicchio) and Zuppa di fagioli con cuticle (Bean soup with pork meat). They arrived quickly. The Gnocchetti has a very creamy and tasty sauce. The bean soup was full of flavor and perfect for a cold evening.
For our secondi (main) course, we shared the Straccetti di manzi al radicchio e ace to balsamic (strips of beef with radicchio and balsamic vinegar) and Tagliata di manzi al rosmarino (Sliced beef with rosemary). For both, the beef was top quality. Flavorful and tender. The portions were large and filling.
No dessert for us. Espresso and check. A very good meal.