This no nonsense place, bordering on the budget side of the meal spectrum, has a small outdoor seating area on a quiet intersection, though inside is where the character is.
The regular menu is filled with simple but satisfying everyday fare, but the hand written daily menu (“oggi“) is where they play with dishes like pasta stuffed with spinach and ricotta, parppardelle with chingiale (wild boar), and beef carpaccio.
Indoor seating on benches and closely set tables is limited, so don’t arrive too late for lunch. A 12 euro lunch special includes one primo and one secondo from a short menu, plus coperto.
Wine pours are generous and the free wifi is strong.
They celebrated 100 years in business in 2011.