Our hotel recommended this restaurant. It is small inside; we ate outside. The interior has at least one wall lined with Parmesan wheels, hundreds of kilos of fine cheese. Gorgeous Parma hams hang from the ceiling. We chose a simple bean salad with an extraordinary balsamic vinegar, a selection of three tortellini and cappettitti with ragu. Our waitress, Martha, spoke English and guided our choice of wines to a lively Prosecco and a solid sangiovese. The restaurant is family owned and run since 1956. If you have room in your suitcase buy some of their balsamic vinegar. We bought three bottles; its's the best we've found in Italy in decades. Sitting outside you can relax and watch the world amble by. Whitebeard83
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