When you dine at this restaurant you’ll notice the interior is very traditional. A fireplace, candles and chandeliers really complete this 19th century building. There is one table with chairs and two easy chairs. No room for anyone else.

The atmopshere is typically italian, and the menu has mostly local, fresh produce. For example, home-made olive oil, sheep’s cheese and pasta.

This restaurant, owned by chef Remo di Claudio, is located in Vacone, a small village around 68 kilometres north of Rome.

 

As you can imagine a meal here isn’t cheap, around 185 euro per person, but that’s a small price to pay for something so unique.

Meer informatie: www.soloperdue.com