We wandered into this restaurant on a rainy Sunday evening when many others were closed. The ambiance is lovely: you walk down a hallway that opens into a large garden courtyard where the tables are. It was all covered so protected from the rain. I ordered an antipasta with a fried potato pancake-like piece, lucanica, ham, and cheese. It was DELICIOUS. I was sad that I had to share so much with my daughter. My husband ordered a plate of speck, which was also delicious. They happily prepared our daughter a plate of spaghetti with tomatoes, but it would have been nice if they had made it about a third of the size that they did (which many other restaurants have been happy to do). We followed our antipasti with a pair of primi; I had the canerderlotti, and my husband had some mushroom ravioli. Both were delicious. There were two kinds of canerderlotti: a cheese (grana) version and a spinach version, and I have to say that the spinach one was by far better (though the cheese was good). My husband also had some stewed deer as a secondi, served with polenta, which was very nicely flavored and tender. For dessert we shared a chocolate molten cake, which was so delicious that we devoured it in the blink of an eye.
The only downside was the service; for some reason, it lagged a little in the middle. I wouldn't fault the restaurant too much for this; the setting was lovely to enjoy, and we had glasses of wine the whole time.
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