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Osteria La Piazzetta dell’Erba  


Pleasing décor highlights medie

Owners like to pamper their diners and carefully select and bottle wine themselves to keep quality high and prices reasonable. Pleasing décor highlights medieval architecture. Appetizers include smoked goose breast. Four or five kinds of pasta are offered, plus various salads and a good selection of fillings for the typical torta al testo. The sweets of the day include some elaborate desserts or their homemade biscuits for dunking in sweet wine. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Via San Gabriele dell’Addolorata, 15b, Assisi, IT-PG Map
Tel. 075.815.352
Closed Mondays


San Francesco  


Not to be confused with Buca Bu

Facing the Basilica di San Francesco, locals consider this to be the best in town, with creative Umbrian dishes based on local ingredients and aromatic herbs such as wild fennel or marjoram. Strong points are the appetizers and the desserts. The menu changes seasonally but might include dishes like gnocchi topped with a sauce of wild herbs and oca con finocchio selvaggio (goose stuffed with wild fennel). Closed Wednesday. Major credit cards. — Judy Edelhoff

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Via di San Francesco, 52, Assisi, IT-PG Map
Tel. 075.812.329/813.302
http://www.ristorantesanfrancesco.com/



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