5 American Ladies toured northern Italy in June. Our hotel, also a treasure finding recommended this restaurant. As we climbed the mountain to get to the restaurant, we thought surely we were lost. Suddently we were in Lauregno and at this fabulous restaurant. The view was incredible - looking out at the mountains and surrounding scenery. No English was spoken but Maria, the waitress, was very accommodating and helped us understand. I had the most scrumptous 'canederli' (dumpling) and a dish I want to find out about. Thought it was speck, but this looked like teeny, tiny green gnocci-like. Still don't know what speck is, but everything we had was delicious. People in surrounding tables joined in and translated for us - what a homey, welcoming place. Maria the waitress was so humble and grateful when we left her an extra tip. She deserved it. I can't wait to go back some day.
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