This area of Umbria is known for pork, but this restaurant also serves other meats, fresh trout from the nearby stream, as well as delicious pastas and salads. We came for lunch and loved the selection of local pecorino (sheep) cheeses. In fact we came back for dinner and had the equally excellent selection of caprino (goat cheese). My wife had the “fish and chips” for lunch, with excellent fresh trout, and had the crusted trout filet for dinner. I had a delicious cacio and pepe (cheese and pepper) ravioli with black truffle sauce at lunch and a very special vegetable dish at dinner. The cooking and plating were both inventive and satisfying. As was the millefoglie with caffè corretto cream for desert. I wish I lived nearby! We also enjoyed some very good local wines at both meals.
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