We stopped at this idyllic restaurant on the way to Gole el Galore in July 2013.
This little gem served the best lunch we had in Italy. There was no menu to choose from but we
explained that we are vegetarian and the chef made us at least 6 different dishes which were
each exceptionally tasty!
The homemade fresh pasta with courgette flowers was unforgettable.
As a little treat they served us some sweet deserts and we tasted the home made fig liquor.
Our little stop turned into 2 hours as we couldn't get enough of this beautiful place with its great scenery and lovely food.
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