The grotto was great. During summer time I found it very nice and special. The amount of food was enormous- after the primmi piatti for 4 people that included cheese - 2 types of ricotta, 2 of other local cheese, and a humongous amount of meat- porchetta being one of the best I tasted, we could not eat anything else. Much than 100 euro I think, with dessert, coffee and plenty of wine included. Apparently it is s=hocking to take home food but I could not leave there all the delicious salami. Parking is a nightmare, like in all urban Italy, so park 1/2 mile away and walk. There are only 15 spots in the cul- de- sac in front of restaurant.
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