Since 1984, this restaurant has served the cuisine of the Le Marche region. They make sure the recipes reflect the region in a genuine way: You can taste local dishes such as dumplings, roast rabbit, and pheasant, all cooked in a wood oven. You can also enjoy formaggio di fossa, a Le Marche specialty cheese that gets its musty smell from being cured underground for three months. Visit the website to request a reservation.
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