Setting: the dining-room is nice without overdoing it (it being a tiny village on the road to Les Diablerets), and the front room is very informal but fun.
Service: service is authentic Italian, friendly, efficient. And, one is made to feel welcome: soon after having sat down, arrive a few slices of a delicious focaccia "maison", and so on.
Cuisine: the food is very good. The pasta dishes stand out on all dimensions, not just the sauce but being perfectly al dente, the right pasta with the right sauce and so on - it is one of these places where you stop and think, wow! The pizze are delicious. Ditto for the rest of the menu. The panna cotta is something.
CONCLUSION: highly recommended. I tend to go more off season, just because when I am in Les Diablerets I go for the least effort and have a meal within the village - but really I should go to visit Massimo more often.
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