Our B&B owner suggested this place to us as away from the over-priced tourist places in the piazzas and we were not disappointed. The place is hidden away and not easy to find as we got 3 different sets of directions from 3 different people but finally found it.
The waiter spoke some english and was very nice. We had the onion soup and the pasta fagoule soup which were both amazing! For main course I had the pappardele with duck ragu with truffle shavings that was to DIE for and my companion had the penne with lamb ragu and artichokes. Outstanding. Washed all down with some Proseco and it was back to the room for siesta!
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