Tables are set on the pavement which means you can watch what is going on in this picturesque village. Had dinner but were under an awning so the sun didn't make you too hot before it went down.
Owner was a real character and made us very welcome as did the other members of staff. T-bone steak was also very good although not to the standard of Trattoria da Benito in Orentano. Pasta and pizzas also very good. Chocolate profiteroles were fabulous (more of a mouse on the outside). A lovely evening - again you need to book or you won't get in.
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