This central ristorante is named after the poet Ludovico Ariosto (Orlando Furioso) who built a castle in the Tuscan village where owner Renato ... More
This central ristorante is named after the poet Ludovico Ariosto (Orlando Furioso) who built a castle in the Tuscan village where owner Renato Paladini was born. The decor keeps to the Tuscan theme with marble tables, landscape paintings and an indoor courtyard setting. The atmosphere is friendly and the food excellent with a selection of set menus to choose from, as well as the a la carte menu which includes the intriguingly named veal Sophia Loren (who once claimed to owe everything to spaghetti). From 8:30p Tuesday-Saturday there's live music and anyone who has the energy is welcome to get up and dance.
The food is always cooked to perfection. The staff are extremely professional, the resident band (Limited Edition)are terrific I have been eating here(table10) for almost 20yrs. Try the Lobester or Crayfish when available
I thought the food was cooked to perfection, the staff was very professional and the ambiance very very Italian...this restaurant is the perfect setting for a romantic dinner...or maybe with a couple of very good friends...
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