A comfortable neighbourhood restaurant, run by family, where age-old favourites and recipes that have been handed down through the generations are prepared.
A trattoria is less formal than a ristorante, but more formal than an osteria. There are generally no printed menus, the service is casual, wine is often sold by the decanter rather than the bottle, and the emphasis is on a steady clientele rather than on haute cuisine. The food is modest but plentiful (mostly following regional and local recipes) and in some instances is even served family-style (i.e. at common tables).
Our establishment is not pretentious. We simply serve old-fashioned homemade food in the manner that Rosina has always made our family’s food. Our dishes are modest, but plentiful. If you are expecting anything other than this, we are happy to point you to a more upscale/suitable restaurant in the area.