One of my friends already went to this restaurant two years ago and kept a great memory. It is outside the touristic area but it deserves the effort to look for it.
I would call it a restaurant, not an osteria, as it is more inclined to “fine dining” than to traditional, simple food. Although the dishes are derived from common Italian foods, they are adjusted and have an unique touch and flavour. The service was discrete but warm, and the cosy atmosphere accompanied a very nice meal.
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