Don't try the osobucco. It is overpriced and mostely bones and tendons and other things you can't eat.
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Had a lovely pizza here with my friend. The owner was absolutely lovely and when there was a problem sorted it out straight away! Would highly recommend. Will be coming back.
We walked by this restaurant and thought why not? The waiters were very friendly. They transport the food from the osteria but we ate in the pizza part. The food was quite dissapointing. Wine sour, bread dry and tasteless, the pasta my friend ordered was...More
An interesting restaurant with great atmosphere, divided into two separate small ground floor units. Full menu in one, mainly pizzas in the other. The menu had an adequate selection and the food was well prepared with mostly friendly efficient service, although one waitress seemed grumpy!...More
i recommend never try this restaurant, which is totally bad, for both service and the food. She told me the t bone steak minimum charged with 1 kg! She serviced me bread without giving me olive oil etc. And the steak i ordered medium rare...More
Small, quaint place, great wine and food. My husband had wild boar which was great, not rush to hurry and eat. I loved the decor on the walls, great suggestions on what to eat. Will go back and eat there again.
Food with a horrible price/quality balance. Paying 10 euro's for a meat stew and ending up with a plate that has 6 (small) pieces on it. Worst of all is that half of the meat ended up being bone. Avoid!
We enjoyed a filling and tasty lunch. .risotto with pumpkin and speck, and a huge calzone The cover charge per person was €1, better than the €2 charged in the Il Campo area.
Simple and delicious Italian pasta and pizza. Nice alfresco dining. Nice ambience without too much noise.
My son had the pasta carbonara and I had the cod with a side of spinach--and both were the most delicious meals we have in two weeks in Italy. The service was very warm and friendly. Molto molto bene.