We went for the tortei di patate the first night, which was ok but the truth of the matter is that torta di patate, which the region is famous for, has little to do with this dish. It was fine, but fried potatoes are so different from the pan baked version that it is tough to compare. The pizzas however were among the best we had over 10 days in Italy, and some of the best that I've had recently in the north of Italy and I spend 12 weeks a year here. All the other dishes on the menu that we tried, were very good or better with the meat dishes, great steak, and the farro-spelt pizza crust being notable standouts. We enjoyed it so much that we returned two days later. Highly recommended.
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