There are only four tables in this wonderful restaurant, which is located behind their own delicatessen, but do your utmost to get a table here for lunch. Unforgettable food. For my starter, I had their chicken/capon broth, Tortellini in brodo di Cappone: delicate flavours in a beautiful clear broth. For the second course, I chose guinea-fowl with balsamic vinegar (well, you can't come to Modena and have any other vinegar, can you?) and fennel: the meat was deliciously moist. When looking at the dessert choices, I thought that any chocolate mousse priced at €15 must be a bit special, and wow, it was a whole lot more than that, from the accompanying dried violets to the tiny bubbles filled with liqueur on top. and the smooth chocolate, without a doubt the best chocolate mousse I've ever had. The food is pricy, but absolutely worth it. The discreet but friendly service, and the bottle of lightly sparkling red Lambrusco (new to me), made this perhaps the highlight of my trip to Italy.
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