Enjoyed a lunch here, mainly comprising grilled meat, but with pasta (which they don't offer as much in the Summer) and fantastic local cheese.
We went expecting only to have arrosticini - grilled cubes of meat - but enjoyed some super well-seasoned pecorino - sheep's cheese - as a starter, and were surprised to find pasta on the menu. This was a seasonal special, made of funghi and local herbs, mainly mountain herbs such as thyme and oregano.
Rounded off with a nice tart, all washed down with a decent house red - Montepulciano d'Abruzzo.
All in, this came to about €40 for two of us.
But, I can't close without mentioning the fantastic setting, at about 1000 metres above sea level. We had visited earlier in the Summer, when it was very hot, and found it a pleasant retreat from the humidity and daytime heat. The indoor restaurant isn't so beautiful, but the servbice is warm and friendly, and the lady running the kitchen takes a pride in talking about the food and its sources.
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