We were staying here, and on the first night we had dinner in house for convenience, however, on the second night we chose to have dinner here because we liked it so much. On the first night we had a variety of dishes including tripe parmigiana style, local cured meats including wild boar sausage, cheese with honey and agnolotti. For the second night the hostess asked if we would like to try the baked thistle, to which we ecstatically replied yes! Usually we only eat this delicious dish at our mum's home in Umbria. It was excellent, delicate and not too rich of cheese. The house wine was adequate, as we did not want to drink a bottle. The ambience is very nice, modern with lovely table napery. The food is worth the drive. The property raises wild boars, we did not try the stew but imagine it would be excellent.
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