We stopped at Nonnanna for dinner last week while driving around the countryside and had an enjoyable dinner. Prices are very affordable and the food is simple and good. I wouldn't recommend driving to the area just for the restaurant, but if you're nearby, then you should give it a go. Green and white checkered plastic coated table cloths are covered with white linen. The menu is simple, she lists around 7 pastas available, including gnocchi, tagilatelle, pici, spaghetti, and you select the sauce you'd like to go with the pasta. There are around 7-10 sauces you can pick from. We ordered the spicy tagliatelle pasta with the spicy pesto and the cinghiale (etruscan wild boar) ragu with the pappardelle. We also ordered the potatoes as an antipasti, but it came after we'd eaten most of our pasta and we were stuffed! There were 2 tables of english speaking tourists and the rest of the restaurant was locals, so it's a nice mix. Be warned that they speak little to no English here, but we managed, so you will be able to, too.
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