We visited this friendly restaurant twice and both times the food was very good. I like to mention the cannelloni and slices de manzo. Very tasty and perfectly roasted. We simply had dinner outside - under the trees and next to planters with home-grown herbs. A place where the chef loves to cook, so a place to go to.
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