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    Trattoria Caissa: Traditional in a modern setting

    by grayfo Updated Jun 20, 2012
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    Traditional Italian food that uses fresh ingredients served in a minimal but refined atmosphere.

    We were a large group (20) of business men and were well catered for in the first floor dining room which was spacious, well laid out and the service was excellent.

    email trattoriacaissa.it

    March 2012

    Favorite Dish: Risotto of the Day - €8.00

    Grilled Lamb - €15.00

    Cake of the Day - €4.00

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    Osteria Madonnetta: Made in the Madonnetta

    by grayfo Written May 22, 2012

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    �� Micaela Berthier

    Family run traditional Italian restaurant that goes back generations to 1904, the restaurant was frequented by soldiers during the First World War including the American writer Ernest Hemingway. The dining area is filled with period pieces including photographs and portraits that adorn the walls.

    This restaurant is very popular with the locals and the hostess speaks perfect English.

    Closed Thursdays

    email info@osteriamadonnetta.it

    March 2012

    Favorite Dish: Grilled Fillet of Beef and Mashed Potatoes

    Apple Crumble

    Grappa mixed with cinnamon

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    Pasticceria Chiurato: Naughty but Nice

    by grayfo Written May 4, 2012
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    The Chiurato Patisserie is a family run pastry shop that also specialises in personalised cakes, I visited this place a number of times and every-time I tried a different mix of cakes, the
    Café also does an excellent hot chocolate with whipped cream.

    Closed: Mondays

    March 2012

    Favorite Dish: 2 Delicious Cream cakes and Cappuccino €3.20

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    Caffe Dante: Cappuccino, never after lunch or dinner

    by grayfo Updated Apr 5, 2012

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    Also known as Piazza degli Scacchi, this is the place to chill out with a cappuccino and watch the world go by at a prime location in the Market Square. The inside of the restaurant is divided into two with the rooms furnished simply and displaying the work of local artists on the walls.

    March 2012

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