We were looking for a place to eat in Amelia before going to a concert, and stumbled on to this place -- it was one of those great finds that make you feel lucky. The small restaurant has a wine/food store attached, and the family staff is small, but very friendly and warm. We didn't have high expectations, and the food turned out to be fabulous. We had chick pea soup, asparagus risotto -- incredibly good, perfect; better than any risotto I've ever made -- roast leg of lamb, and a carrot/squash flan that was delicious. It made our day to have wandered into this little restaurant.