We were recommended to try Dal Capo so off we set. It is a small restaurant, all seating is inside.
After two weeks in rural Sicily, I confidentially informed our kind waitress we would be ok with deciphering the menu; much to my companion's annoyance, I could not. The food is 'inland' style, mostly meat. We eventually settled on wild boar salumi anti-pasti with duck ragu pasta to follow for one of us and the other having pasta with clams and courgette. Both were very good. We then shared the rabbit main course. Our 7 year old had the tomato soup (which came as a surprise as it was cold but he enjoyed it) and then the chicken with potatoes: a rustic dish, full of deep flavour which he enjoyed.
By now, I had given in to the waitress' suggestions and we shared a fabulous, memorable, fig cake (so good, I wish we had not shared) and the ameretti semifreddo covered in chocolate sauce.
The wine list is limited but the house carafe was very agreeable.
We left full and happy for just over €100.
Recommended if you fancy hearty meat dishes and a great fig pud.