Located on a side street about a minute walk from the Duomo, Peck is a good place to stop by to see and shop the various gourmet food and wine as well as dine at the restaurant upstairs. The wine selection is in the basement. The ground floor has the retail section with desserts, deli, meats, etc. The upstairs restaurant is popular with the locals as well as the tourists. The lighting is a bit too bright for my taste since it sorta reflects off the white table cloth, but a lot of businessmen are there so it's a good place for office luncheons. There's also free wifi; my waiter brought me the passcode without me asking.
I had a delicious house made pasta with pork sausage that the waiter recommended for lunch. The wait staff are friendly and speak English. The bread basket is nothing special, but the pasta is delicious. It came out piping hot, and the pasta was cooked al dente just the way I like it! I didn't have dessert, but they have a cart that they push to your table so you can see which one you like. Overall, a yummy, non-tourist trap restaurant conveniently located in the touristy Duomo area.
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