This may be a small restaurant in a tiny village - but our hosts, the Foresti Family, wisely steered us here for dinner! We ordered a bottle of Pellegrino, a half liter of very nice vino rosso, an appetizer of fondue with bacon on toasted bread, a plate of gnocchi with a touch of duck, a steak and potato dish, two coffees & split a pastry. Our meal came to 48€. The appetizer & the gnocchi were very good but not exceptional -- on the other hand the steak was some of the best we have ever had & the pastry was excellent. The lower room has a vaulted ceiling and a small door at one end that leads to the "secret" passage ways that run under the town (you can peek in!) a lovely evening. BTW they open for dinner at 7:30, we were the first guests at 7:50, but by 9 they were dialing up on a rainy Monday in May! We were the only North Americans - there was a German couple, the rest were Italians.
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