A close friend of mine told me about this restaurant a few days ago.
I went to discover it on weekdays at lunchtime without booking.
Surprisingly the room was full but the kindness of the owner allowed us to find a nice table.
As soon as you enter you find a table with precious oil to enjoy and in the distance you will notice two ladies in white coats who are aptly preparing fresh pasta.
A scene of other times that has brought me into a world that does not exist anymore. we ordered the house wine (a white made of grapes) and then from the rich menus a fish appetizer, a grilled fish and cavatelli made homemade mussels and cherry tomatoes.
All of the quality, all very good and all served with elegance and simplicity.
They brought us, like courtesy, also freshly seated fried pizza balls and crunchy biscuits to accompany coffee.
Try it and then let me know your judgment. We had a great time.