A lot of care for detail and plenty of good taste went into the interior design of this cozy place. It's off the tourist track, so the other guests are locals and the menu is in Italian. Yet the chef took her time to explain in either English or German each dish, one by one. Her creations rely on local produce and cuisine, and are both surprising and very tasty. We went through a four-course dinner and liked every bit of it. Two appetizers, one first, one second, and two deserts proved more than enough for a hungry couple. We went for the red house wine and found it to be good.The 50 euro bill was the lowest we've ever paid for such food & place in western Europe. If only we could get to go to Emilia's more often :).
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