This place is small, and I think it's fair to say, traditional. My boyfriend and I stumbled across it when we were staying in the town in September, and were a bit scared to go in because it looked like a proper 'local' place. However we were warmly ushered in, and stayed for the full works! It was cosy and there were other english speaking couples dining too, so we felt at ease. The waiter seemed interested in us and was very friendly. The food was lovely - authentic, unpretentious, delicious and reasonably priced! Vaguely remember we had lovely antipasti, pasta, and a perfectly cooked mixed meat dish, followed by ice cream. One of the best places to eat in the town - it's situated at the bottom, in a small building you could easily miss!
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