In a street with a not very reassuring name, Five Wounds Lane, there is a small tavern with a rather dodgy title.
It has revisited the concept of the tavern, transforming the figure of the gruff, silent host into a friendly, smiling person with an ever-present long apron: the modern innkeeper. The restaurant’s style is based on traditional cuisine, local products prepared and mixed in a personal and creative way: cappelletti, risotto with radicchio and sausage, tortelli with cooked ham, pumpkin and taleggio cheese gnocchi, old Parma-style fillet with grape must and the ever-present, home-produced cooked ham made using the old method of San Secondo.
Sara takes care of the service and the wine list, containing well-known labels, combining small, special wine cellars to rediscover true flavours. In the kitchen there is Filippo, who carefully prepares dishes giving vent to the inspiration that has been his since qualifying as a chef. Aided by a young, capable staff, the restaurant is a “major attraction” for those who want to have a glass of wine with a simple, honest meal, enjoyed in the charming penumbra of a hidden part of town.