We visited this restaurant when we visited Fabriano to visit the Watermark Museum. It is a short walk down a street (good sized hill) from the museum. We hoped for a pizza, but like many restaurants in Italy, they do no fire up the pizza oven until dinner, so no pizza at lunch. The coperto is only 1.50 per person. My wife got a beer for only 2 euros. A large bottle of water only 1.50. Unique to this restaurant, the coperto was not the usual bread set up, but a small bean/lentil type of soup. Pretty tasty, and unique. They had a very limited menu. I got a fish pasta which was OK, and my wife had a tortellini, which she also said was OK. Service was good. He did a reasonably good job trying to communicate to us in English, and helping us decipher the menu.
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