We just jumped in without a reservation on a friday evening during the easter holydays and it was of course fully booked. Since we were early the owner promptly seated us. We had pasta with wild-boar sauce and gnocchi with porcini and truffle in addition to another dish which was less appealing. All in all the atmosphere (interior, "good vibrations") was right, two points: one is the stairs to arrive at the restaurant which makes the venue incaccessible for those who have some challenge such as wheel-chair, but this can hardly be changed. For another however something can be done and as usual in Italy it's the bathroom: the toilet set does not stand up without holding it and the overall WC experience can be unpleasant for female guests.