The place is a little more formal than you'd expect from a place so rural, and the staff are professional but a little uptight. I was surprised that they couldn't make me a Negroni - saying they didn't have the ingredients. We had the prosciutto affumicato, which is ok, my wife the tagliata which was rather fine, whereas I was served the mixed steamed crustaceans, which were a little dry but the platter was generous. The wine list is unenthusing so I tried a regional beer which was pleasantly good.
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