The setting is simple (no linen cloth, you keep your cutlery between courses) but the food is really sophisticated and the prices are a delight. This is where the locals come to eat - we regularly travel 35 minutes to join them. The menu is small and does not change a great deal but has some absolutely delicious items - the torta di pecorino, the baked pecorino and pear, the tagliata. We normally drink the local red wine (sfuso provided by the butcher opposite who also has a vineyard) and our bill for two courses and coffee comes to under €20 a head. We have taken many friends there - all of whom have been delighted.
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