Ristorante Stubai is a nice place where the interior resembles a restaurant or chalet in the Alps (hence the name "Stubai" - which relates to the place in the Austrian Alps called Stubai or Stubaierthal).
The restaurant used to have an entrance in a small street just near the cathedral, but due to earthquake damages and general repair works in the area, the entrance has moved to the lager street - how strange this even might sound.
But once inside, there is not that much Alps over it - the fare is typically Italian and is very well made.
I went for Strozzapreti (choke the priest), which was handmade pasta in a very delicious sugo (resembling Bolognese) and afterwards the lamb chops - succulent and well done.
This was accompanied by an excellent red from Antinori (Marchese Antinori).
The service was quick and attentive, but it tended to bee slightly too quick, so the dishes almost stumbled over each other and it did not leave us much time to enjoy sipping the wine between the courses. This was the only minus on an evening mostly consisting of plusses.
But for food quality and wine selection it's recommendable