We came just in 'rush hour' for a dinner so we have to wait a little bit with aperitives for a table. Owner (i think) guided us to take a small antipasto for two, because we both plan to take ravioles for main course. That was wise tip! We could probably not manage to eat those tasty ravioles then. Prices were reasonable, aperitives, antipasto, ravioles and bottle of wine were little over 100 euros.
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