Our party of four had dinner last evening with a reservation at 1930. We arrived to an empty restaurant and wondered if we had made a mistake. Soon customers started straggling in and by the time we left, it was almost full. I hade a starter, tegamina di patate with goat cheese, pecorino, and funghi that was a bit like scalloped potatoes. The potato was a little undercooked, but tasty. For a primo, I had the pappardelle al Raghu di cinghiale or wild boar sauce. This was excellent and with a a generous helping of parmigiana, sublime. The house red was a DOCG Chianti that fit the bill at 15€ for 1.5 liter. My companions were very happy with their choices and we all left quite full.
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