The environment is rustic and very welcoming, we got impressed by the different ways of cooking cheese that they propose, that we decided to try their meat next time we visit and focus mostly on cheese instead. Their "incavolata nera" is a revisited tuscan ribollita with lots of black cabbage, and it is done to perfection. The gramigna al pecorino totally fulfils the expectations because it is very cheesy and very tasty, and it is served inside a true empty pecorino cheese shape, which we found very original. The highlight of the evening was the grilled pecorino cheese, accompanied with tartufo, they are truly made for one another, so it's a perfect combination. We also tried four different cakes (with their dessert platter), which were all superb, especially the crostata con pinoli e crema, I could have carried on eating it forever. Their torta di ricotta tastes a bit like a cheesecake but it's lighter than a cheesecake, so it is also incredible. The staff is very kind and very efficient. We will certainly go back there to try more of their specialties and we thoroughly recommend it!
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