The restaurant is a truly unique experience, everything looks and sounds medieval.
Great attention to details and extremely nice staff willing to provide you with additional information and explanations.
We had a fried lamp course which was really generous and an handmade pasta course with cheese and guanciale, both very tasty.
We also had breakfast the next day which was perfect. We loved the fresh handmade fruit juices and cakes. The only minor fault was the bread in the morning not too fresh.
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