We were here a few years ago and were slightly underwhelmed, but thought we give it another go. We came here on a very hot midday, for a late lunch. We had a platter of cured meat (similar to bresaoloa) to share, a slightly unusual lemon drizzled pasta, and a Vitello tonnato. Whilst the lemon drizzled pasta was original, the Vitello tonnato was basic and uninspired. We had half a bottle of prosecco and a bottle of sparkling water. The restaurant offers a beautiful view over the Lago Maggiore, which somewhat compensates for the relatively basic food. Unfortunately, this is not a cheap countryside restaurant as the overall bill was more than €85, which we found only modest value for money.
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