From the outside, the restaurant looks like someone's house (it is, the family owning and operating the restaurant lives there) and you may wonder whether you're indeed in the right place. But as soon as you get into the small dining room, which has been recently redecorated in a nice contemporary, minimalistic style, with well spaced and roomy tables, you will immediately get in the right mood for a fantastic dining experience.
The menu is seasonal and mostly rooted in the regional tradition but all the dishes have been creatively reinvented (and sometimes lightened, like the "light cassoeula," the typical winter dish made of pork and savoy cabbage) to satisfy even the pickiest modern gourmets. Everything we tried was outstanding. The wine list is very good and contains many Italian wines, including a good selection of local options, and few international choices, mostly from France. The floor staff, captained by the chef's wife, is attentive and professional, with the right amount of local warmth.
The restaurant is open only during the weekend, starting on Friday evening, and on many Italian holidays, so be sure to book in advance by phone. A few outdoor tables are available during the warmer seasons. A traditional Italian meal (Appetizer, First Course, Second Course, and Dessert) will cost about 75 Euros; wines start at 15 Euros. A great value for the quality and the presentation.
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