I really like either the atmosphere and either the food so amazing, fresh ingredients. I had pasta with ragù of Duck and roast-beef. Totally suggested
Nice setting and abundant choice of dishes. The Stinco di Vitello was uniquely served off the bone in a sauce that was excellent. Make sure and go hungry. You'll be spoiled to by the value.
This is the kind of out-of-the way place to which Italians from the surrounding towns flock. Be sure to try the stuffed pasta "crepes" if available.
The restaurant is a part of medieval San Claudio church (XI century). Very kind crew. Very good and abundant tagliatelle with hare sauce (or with mushrooms and tomatoes or with duck sauce). It is not for
We dined here the first night of our two night stay at the Hotel San Claudio. We liked the ambience, the food, the wine and the professional maitre d with his sense of humour, knowledge and superb timing. On the other hand, the young waitress...More