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We came by this Osteria, and found it nice. Old fashioned interior which makes it nice. We had bruschetta and soma panini which were tasty. Good wine and great espresso to wrap it up. Worthwhile stopping if you are looking for a decent lunch.
Cozy and typical atmosphere, with families, couples and friends having a glass of wine and chatting.
Here, I had a plate of the famous "Prosciutto di Parma" and other cured meats, then a portion of home-made "tagliatelle" with sausage and finally a slice of plum...More
Relaxed bar restaurant , superb service, very good wines by the glass. Local cured meats, great honest cooking, unpretentious cuisine. Bruschetta ,Parma coppa salami. Fresh pasta. Various meat mains,homemade burger/ lamb/ steak/. Mixed mainly young eclectic clientele..no wifi conversation preferred and encouraged ...if I lived...More