Perhaps being situated in a little traveled off-street works to a kind of perverse advantage. The ones "in the know" make the extra effort to find a parking space and the only publicity is by word of mouth so the cooking HAS to be excellent. My grandson and I had an outstanding lunch here yesterday and fortunately,being Sunday,I had thought to call and make reservations because otherwise there would have been a problem. I had guinea hen in salmi that I hadn't tasted since my mother-in-law,a soprafine cook,died 15 years ago. My grandson had the scrambled eggs with truffles as appetizer that could have been almost a meal in itself,followed by pasta alla norcina that he managed to finish only because it was too delicious to leave. My red "house wine" was extremely good. We shared a desert,the temptation being too great. The bill was less than expected for such a memorable meal in a warm atmosphere. It could easily become a tradition for our outings.
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