Small and pleasant, this restaurant offers genuine, quality cooking, informal and friendly service, and, after midnight, the possibility of staying on in the room known as Il Grottino, a sort of wine bar where you can drink and eat cheese, cured ham and salami, and desserts. The menu changes according to the season, but we can mention the excellent hors d'oeuvres, such as burrida (stewed octopus) with smooth dogfish and nuts, the home-made pasta recipes, the artichoke and zucchini roulades, and the mint croquettes. Excellent home-made desserts, great chocolate and wine made by the Trappist monks.
- Feature: Late-Night / 24-hour
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard
- Nearest Train: Marmorata/Galvani