In the countryside outside Macerata, a Portuguese cook and a local lady provide very good food and a warm welcome. The place is very simple, the food is great.
We had baccalá appetizers and two different baccalá second courses (the baccalá, salted cod, is one of the specialities of the restaurant), the baccalá mantecato crostini and the baccalá with potatoes cooked in milk were outstanding (a tiny suggestion, if I may.. maybe a little less indulgence on the balsamic and arugula combo... the baccalá with pancetta would have been totally amazing in its simplicity), the housewine correct, the portions good, the bill quite reasonable.
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