This is the best panigacci, I've ever tasted. I'm only tourist , but I've had my share of panigacci ( even though I'm not sure of the spelling:-). If you are in the neighbourhood- try it!
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Situated just by the river in a countryside setting with ample parking. I don't normally eat bread however I tried the Panigacci with Stracchino and salumi, their specialty, and it was fantastic. We had a rid of beef on the bone cooked over the coals...More
Panigacci is a typical dish of this area, is a sort of piadina, you can have it with cream cheese, salami and ham or boiled like pasta (in this case it change name to testaroli). We meet here every year with friends and every time...More