Like a lot of the reviewers for this restaurant, we stayed in a villa close by, but would recommend it for anyone staying in the local area. It is not a restaurant for tourists and the staff spoke very little english (menus are available in English) but made every effort to make us feel welcome and were very patient and helpful.
The food is simple but wonderfully cooked. The kids were encouraged to try new things with an anti pasti course that pretty much filled the table (the meats with fresh figs a particular favourite). The pizza and pasta dishes we tried were all delicious (ravioli cooked in butter with sage - simple but possibly the best pasta I've had). No frills on the drinks selection (coke comes in family sized bottles) - it was nice not to be over-charged for flavoured fizzy water.
A really nice, family atmosphere. Great value (a family of 5 fed with 3 courses; drinks and coffees for a little over 100 Euros).
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