We stumbled into this place on a Sunday with no reservation, when this small family-run restaurant (mother waiting and son cooking) was completely full. The mother-owner-waitress offered us a table in 20-30 minutes, which was promptly ready when we were back after a quick visit to the splendid borgo of Castello di Serravalle. She was patient and accommodating in helping us with the selection, so we each tried two dfferent first courses (tagliatelle al ragu, mezzelune con ricotta e porcini), shared tigelle with local salumi, and all tried one yogurt mousse with blueberry, with local Pignoletto - all excellent. The place itself is small and welcoming, the service attentive (even if the owner-waitress gets very busy tending to all the tables by herself). In four we spent Eur 95, for four first courses, two portions of tigelle with salumi, one dessert, wine, water, and coffee. We will go back, as it makes a nice "gita fuori porta", but reserving first.
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