Stopped for lunch. Weren't allowed to sit by the windows, think that it's reserved for locals.
The owner explains the menu, nothing written. Seems to be 4 or 5 choices for starters and pastas and meats.
Started with carpatchio, nice thin raw beef with arugula and Parmesan. Another had the codfish, very nice. Then were swamped with 4 plates of grilled vegetables.
Of the 4 of us. I was the only one who could eat more. Had a pasta with goat cheese, pancetta and black pepper. Best plate of pasta I have ever had.
Friendly place, nice rustic setting and a great out of the way medieval town.
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