The food was simple, rustic and exquisite - the melon was exploding with flavor. Our hostess was very warm, friendly and chatty, despite the fact that she spoke very little English and we speak food Italian. She chatted with us and we understood most of what she said.
We tried to go back a second night, but we happened to go on the night they are closed.
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