My partner and I took a gamble with this tiny restaurant as there were only 2 people eating when we ventured in, but it certainly paid off.
It's very rustic and no frills and the owner is very friendly and welcoming, if a little unconventional (sat down to look on facebook with some Italian diners inbetween serving) and the food is amazing !
We had bruschetta osteria which was fantastic, to start, then chingale (wild boar stew) and salad for main course with a bottle of water, wine, 2 espressos and for dessert sagrantino desert wine and biscotti to dip. The bill came to 65 euros which was a little steep for the surroundings but worth it for the quality of the food.
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