We were staying with an English family in the Aosta valley and were recommended this beautiful restaurant by our hosts. We cannot speak any Italian and so the chef very kindly went through the whole menu and interpreted each dish as much as she was able and we decided to try a different dish for each of our party of five (two adults and three teenage children). We were served the most delicious variety of dishes and each plate was passed round so we could all sample each others' food! The host was so friendly and despite our language barrier, we managed to chat with him, with the help of my daughter's English/Italian dictionary app, and we were made to feel extremely welcome. We had the most amazing evening in their company and will definitely visit Les Fleurs d'Aquilou again when we return.
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