I beleive the most important thing one has to understand is: this not a Morton's Steakhouse, a large chain-type restaurant or even large Italian restaurant like you might find on Sienna's Il Campo or Rome's Piazza Navonna. This is a small quaint family restaurant. The seats are very close together, the service is excellent and the food is all made to order. Also seating is limited and is about 8-10 tables. So as I read someone else's review I realized they were looking for a different type of restaurant.
We stopped at La Buca di Enea and most of the tables were filled. My wife had mushroom pasta which she said was excellent and I had pasta with wild boar that was very tasty!! The boar was very tender , We had the pecorino (sheep cheese) as an appetizer and it was served with Chesnut honey and fig jam. These combinations definitely created interesting taste sensations! After dinner the owner served us free lemon cello. For what we were looking for, this was an excellent choice
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