Went to this restaurant with my husband, six-year-old daughter, along with my brother-in-law and his girlfriend who were visiting from Texas. Nice pub atmosphere and friendly, helpful waitstaff with serviceable English. Our waitress brought the child's plate first (something any parent will appreciate). My husband and I had the pork shank (stinco di maiale) slow-roasted in local beer and I substituted the usual side of fries/chips for the (absolutely delicious) polenta with cheese. The meat was wonderful, both tender, moist and flavorful. My brother-in-law and his girlfriend had lasagna and found it okay but not great, and a local wine (la torretta?) that they did enjoy. Based on our experience I would suggest sticking with what the staff recommends as a local specialty. There was also a pork stew, slow-cooked in local wine that sounded delicious.