Saving those foods [click on the photo] and spreading the Slow Food ethic requires the attention not only of individuals, but also restaurants. Francesco Ovarelli, owner of La Valle Del Vento, only recently registered his restaurant with Slow Food, but he’s been a strong supporter of local vendors since he opened 12 years ago.
“We started with an idea to work with good products just from the area,” says Ovarelli, “It’s simple for us because we live in a beautiful area with good products and great farmers.” [...]
Resto agréable, cadre charmant avec ses jolis tableaux qui amènent une pointe de couleur sur les murs blancs. Service impeccable, carte et menu variés. Copieux, très bien présenté. Rapport qualité/prix bien.
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