Make sure you dine upstairs, it's a little low in the roof, but great experience of a real medieval taverna. With 20 euro we had a feast. Proscuitto and cheeses with bruschetta. Then pasta fagioli. Then gnocchi. Then roast Then biscuits nd coffee. And including wine and water. There are no menus, they bring you the meal of the day. Highly recommended. And ,ale sure you stop at the little biscuit place at the entrance to the town as well, tell them the Australians sent you! She will often give you a free biscuit straight out of the oven.