We had two meals at Quei Due. Our dinner was just fine. Had a delicious Truffle and Taglione pasta dish with a garlic and oil sauce. Our lunch the next day was a little disappointing. While in Italy you will be confronted with one small problen. When you are out in the countryside, away from major tourist areas, the offerings at most restaurants are quite limited. Prosciutto and tomato and/or cheese paninis along with Caprese insalate (tomato, Mozzarella and a few greens) are virtually all that is available. My caprese had none of the fresh vine-ripened tomatoes most of Italy is known for. Just your run of the mill colorless variety. Have a gelato a couple of doors down. They have Noci E Fichi (nuts and figs) gelato. Delicious!