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Lonely Planet review
Affectionately known as Lu Panzone (the Big Belly), this boisterous, unpretentious trattoria does a great line in homespun, no-nonsense food. The focus here is on meat (and lots of it) – start with pasta with sausage, and then choose between a tender horse steak, lamb with olives and herbs, or pork with tomato and chickpeas, all the while sipping the local red wine.