This restaurant is not in all the guide books. Just as well as it is a hidden gem.
This is Michelin quality cooking with local ingredients. The place was fully booked on a Friday night by locals.
The food is refined and imaginative.
The tortellini dish of fresh pea and asparagus summed up spring.
The meat dish of veal belly with carrot liquorice puree and chicory was light and flavourful.
We had an excellent bottle of vintage Sangiovese wine from Emilia.
This place sums up what good dining is all about.
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