Overall is good. Dishes are very traditional but the cook might dare a little more. Some dishes seem a bit anonymous. In the starter could be a somewhat seasoned pecorino cheese and liver sausage but cheeses and charcuteriesdo not seem very sought after. The vegetarian lasagna are good but it would be preferable to a harder crust. The house wine is unfortunately poor. In the area there would be many good wines cheap wine but really that wine left me with a bad impression (The white one is better anyway). For children it is very nice outside as there is an educational farm with goats, a donkey, a wild boar, a hare and three deers.
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