We went with a group and had a set menu, 1 for fish and 1 for vegetarian. I can't eat fish and since a large number of the primi or appetizers were fish, I didn't get to eat a lot of them, but there was still plenty of food. The cheeses were so fresh, especially the ricotta. I had the ravioli with butter and sage sauce, and it was excellent. The host knows the history of the area and was there when they discovered the Velia archaeological site. He will enjoy sharing his history with you.
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