My spouse and I dined here in June 2014 and had a very enjoyable and memorable meal. We had been in Italy for 12 days at this point and until then had sought out restaurants with traditional, local cuisine. We had been pleased with our dining experiences that involved traditional cuisine up to this point. Therefore, it seemed we were ready for something not quite so traditional, and that is the pleasant aspect we found in dining at this restaurant. There were interesting twists to traditional themes on the menu. For example, there was a dish called, “Bloody Mary Gazpacho,” and another called, “Osso Bucco Ravioli.” We tried both of these dishes, which were excellent. Even though there was some playing around with ideas, the food still had qualities and flavors that seemed traditional. Good stuff. We found the wine list to be very satisfying and were given excellent advice on choosing wines to go with our various plates. It was surprisingly quiet in the restaurant the night we were there. Not sure why this was so, as our dining experience was as good as any other we had during our three weeks in Italy. Perhaps the creative menu makes travelers interested in local flavors reluctant to try this restaurant? We are likely to have passed it by if we had not previously eaten in ‘traditional’ restaurants for the preceding number of days. We were rewarded for haven taken the chance by enjoying an excellent experience.
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