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"Nothing but wonderful things to say about this place. Before they opened in the evening there was a line already forming outside - so you know people wanted to eat here! They are one of few restaurants that are open for dinner on Sundays and if you can make a reservation for then try the lasagna verde which is only served on Sundays, per Italian tradition. Other stand outs are the cheese ice cream appetizer (yes, it's funky but go for it) the agnolotti and the cotoletta all Bolognese. "
"Cosy restaurant in the center of the old town. Booking is recommended, and is possible online through their website. Note that you need to leave your credit card details to secure the booking. "
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"TRADITIONAL EMILIAN COMBINED WITH CONTEMPORARY DISHES 🏆 Michelin Recommended "

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