This is a lovely little place, hidden up on a quiet mountain road, but worth the trip. They make fresh pasta with local, seasonal ingredients. The nettle pasta was delicious, so soft and delicate. The chestnut flour pasta was very tasty but a little tougher, but so nice to have something different and of the area.
The service was a little slow but the food was delicious and worth the wait. The turkey rolls are yummy. The apple strudel wasn't great so fill up on the savoury courses.
I'd happily go back if in the area.
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