Antico Borgo Torricella runs two restaurants at different levels of sophistication. I ate at the Osteria, where the table settings are less pretentious but the service is equally good.
Food was OK, but not exceptional. I had roasted pork knuckle with mashed potatoes and spinach. The meat was tasty but rather dry. I also had a panna cotta dessert, which was fine. As for the wine, I chose an excellent Merlot Silente from the Cormons area. This wine made my evening.
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