A lovely, and sprawling, family run restaurant tucked away down a lane off the main road near Villa Adriana. It looks quite impressive because of its size, but in fact has a lovely, casual atmosphere with locals dressed in anything from jeans to more formal dresses. We ate here twice while staying near Tivoli. On the first occasion we arrived very late for a Sunday lunch due to flight delays, but the staff were very accommodating and friendly, especially as they had to rustle up something vegetarian. In fact we had the best fettuccine con funghi porcini that I have ever tasted, and some delicious home-made ice-cream for dessert. We were so impressed that we made a return visit a few days later for an evening meal. The place was buzzing even though it was mid week. Nevertheless the service was prompt, the staff attentive and helpful, taking time to explain the various dishes and suggesting choices. We had a delicious grilled veg starter and a superb ravioli dish for main. I was still undecided on which dessert to choose even after a long explanation from the owner's daughter as they all sounded so delicious. In the end, she brought us our choice and a second desert on the house to try. All of which, I might add, were delicious.
We were very impressed with our meal, the staff and the surroundings. The meal was great value for money and would have cost at least 25% more in the UK. Needless to say they received a generous tip.
I would thoroughly recommend a visit.
Thank you Rocca Bruna from Signora Bianca :-) and Mother.
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