Charming old building, we were given a table by the window with a view of the old bridge. The owner cooks and her daughter, who speaks English, serves. A roaring fire in the kitchen promised good grilled meats, but we were looking for a light lunch and them back on the road. I had good bruschetta with fresh mushrooms and pasta with lepre. My wife had a small green salad and three types of cooked vegetables. A bottle of water and they forgot to bring the wine. Almost 40 euros, really a bit overpriced for good but not outstanding food.
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