Friendly staff and a nice lunch. The table was a bit small for five people but the food was nice. We had a few of the antipasto platters, cheeses and meats and their fresh traditional bread from the region which was lovely, I would have liked some more cheese though. The bruschetta was adverage, from a jar, is my guess. My son had a burger and potatotas which he said was nice, not the best and not the worst burger he's had. Some of our party had the red beer which I think is a speciality of the region, perhaps?
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