We couldn’t wait to get back to the Molino and eat… we came in July 2015 for my sister’s wedding and it was every bit as good as we remembered. A delightful atmosphere in the winter with a cosy fire! It was interesting as an Australian, seeing four dogs in a small space (all owned by different table guests) but they were well behaved and sat quietly while we indulged in a three hour culinary experience. Highlight dishes were the fresh cheese platter, antipasto, tortellini and the turkey roll. Each bite is so beautifully crafted with herbs and flavours that enhance the freshly made pasta, bread and cakes. The liquor to end and coffees are a nice touch and house wine is delicious. Around 25 euros each- all inclusive!
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