If you are in the area, this is a must for lunch. This lovely village is peaceful but very interesting and to be able to sit outdoors to have lunch on a beautiful day was a great break from sightseeing in the local area.
We had the tasting platter that was served as a degustation of three courses, first the bread and local oil, followed by a selection of meats and finally the cheeses. It was beautiful and the hosts were very friendly and knowledgeable about the local area ad the food.
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