We got the hint from my darling's parents, so we went there on Easter's Saturday dinner.
A party of four, we made the reservation a day earlier.
The place was full, but arriving at 9pm we were blessed to move to a table close to the windows. The personnel were really gentle and kind, and the view on the beautifully manicured garden - just take s look at the pictures - was the best setting for a lovely dinner.
We took the gnocchi made with purple potatoes, on a wild boar sauce. The bigoli with duck ragout was also excellent. And then, both the tagliata and chicken supreme were delicious.
We got all this blessed dinner topped up with herbs amaro, and I was personally tempted to buy a couple of the house wine bottles.
Will go back for sure
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