We were wandering around the town of Genga after visiting Frasassi and hoping we could find lunch. I was a bit unsure at first and although my boyfriend understands Italian better than I do we weren't sure what to expect. The menu was handwritten, leading me to believe that the menu changes regularly, if not daily. We each had an antipasto platter that was full of fresh local treats, including figs and some fine cheeses. My pasta noodles were so thin and delicate came with sausage and truffle oil. Hands down the best restaurant pasta dish on my trip. I have no doubt that the cheeses and meats were hand made locally.
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