We stopped here on the recommendation of a friend (we were actually told this was the less interesting of the two places. If that's true, I can hardly wait to try the other place!!!) A little out of the way in a lovely location. We didn't have reservations for a Sunday lunch (there were six of us) but the owner acommodated us in no time at all. Warm wood fired focaccia was brought to the table immediately and the food didn't take long at all. Dishes were suggested and portions were modified for my small son. We ordered a cheese board as well as a classic tagliere (cold cuts) to start with and then moved on to either a pasta dish (all fresh and excellent: generous portions) I had the carpaccio: thinly sliced and just delicious. Desserts are made in house and they kindly offered us the coffee on the house. A wonderful lunch in a wonderful location. I would defnitely return.
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