We had to wait 20 minutes for our table, so we sipped on cold beer while doing so. I would wait an hour next time. Lunch here was as good as it gets. Our sandwiches were house recommendations, not even on the menu. I had finocchiona with artichoke and pecorinp on their homemade bread and washed it down with their house white wine, which was light and ice cold. My wife had bresaola (dried beef) and arugula and parmesan on a sandwich. We didn't try the salads but they looked amazing and al ingredients were being cut and sliced after they were ordered. It is right outside the main city gate. Stop here. You won't regret it.
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