After reading the reviews, we decided to try. It is not easy to find, tucked away 3 or 4 streets away from the city center. We were there for dinner and it was nearly empty. In fact, we were the only people eating outside, where the view is very nice overlooking the area. The menu is very simple but, mostly local dishes so not easy to understand without local help. We tried chicken liver pate, vegetables with garlic / anchovy sauce and tuna stuffed peppers (our favorite of the antipasti). For mains, we shared a gorganzola pasta dish, polenta with donkey sauce, risotto and a cheese plate. We just asked the waitress to select a local red wine for us. Overall, the dishes were good, view was nice and price was very reasonable.
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