Arrived to find a dining room full of a dozen workmen and the vice bishop in attendance. The antipasti is not to be missed including the fresh ricotta with sunflower honey. Then the pappardelle with wild boar ragu was also a highlight, finishing with a mandarin liqueur de la case which was absolutely delicious. Worth driving through the rain for.
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