If you want to eat in an osteria, this place reminds me of places I used to eat 30 years ago. Small and simple, friendly and busy with locals. It's not as cheap as these places used to be, but at around 40 euro for three courses including a bottle of Cannonau, you can't complain either. And all good traditional fare.
But you are only going to like this place if you are prepared to see it for what it is - a step into a part of Italy's past where working people ate out at simple places. There's even an old tv on wall so people on their own can watch the footie.
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