This restaurant is great for mid range Italian dining, either indoors, or if weather permits under the large patio outside (Make sure to bring your musquito repellant), you are in the middle of the risotto ricefields, so there are many of them.
There is no parking at the restaurant, so best is to park at the square next to the church, and then walk back to the restaurant.
The old building has very old wine cellars, of which some are on the UNESCO word heritage list. If you ask the owners, it is worth to see them.
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