We have visited twice this summer and on both occasions loved it. The decor is subtle with a slightly quirky twist. The menu is small with just 3 or 4 choices at each course and is A La Carte which I like, I can't eat several courses. The wine is reasonably priced and very local, we recognised several of the vinyards.
The staff are charming and friendly and speak some English but didn't mind that I wanted to speak my very bad French! Last time we went we sat outside with a view of the cathedral, it was lovely.
We took our son and the bill for 3 of us was 104 euros which included 3 starters, 3 main courses and a bottle of local wine (21euros) a bottle of san Pelligrano and 2 coffees.
The service isn't quick but who wants quick when you are having a pleasant evening?!
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