We were visiting the Volcan Area on a side trip from Boquete. We decided to try Il Forno based on recommendations and were very pleased. It is located in a charming wooden house with lots of character. My husband had the spaghetti with sausage and red sauce and I had the spaghetti with smoked trout and sun-dried tomatoes in an Alfredo sauce. Both were absolutely delicious and came in generous portions. Before the meal they brought out warm Italian bread (seemed homemade with EVOO and balsamic vinegar to dip into. It was so delicious we asked for more bread to so up the rest of our sauce and they happily obliged. They have a brick oven in which they make their pizzas. Piero, the chef, came out to say hello after our meal and even told us where we could buy cheese on our way back to Boquete. The prices ($12/ entree) are a little high for this area but very reasonable for American tourists.