After our requisite annual shopping spree in Deruta for painted ceramics (maoliche), we settled in for lunch at Osteria Il Borghetto. We had the quaint trattoria to ourselves, and were well cared for by the handsome proprietors, Francesco (dad) and Luigi (son). For antipasti, we ordered baked wild rice and lentil cakes topped with caramelized mozzarella, plus calamari salad, and for il secondo, tartelle with truffles (the house speciality) and salmon sous vide over broccoli rabe. The meal was served on beautiful Dertua plates, which also decorate the walls. Our entire dining experience was superbo! This restaurant is a must for any visit to Umbria.
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