La Trattoria del Leone
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La Trattoria del Leone information
This homely, rustic basement trattoria raids Le Marche's larder for the best regional produce. Olive all'ascolana (stuffed olives fried in breadcrumbs) whet appetites for dishes such as ravioli with the local Casciotta d'Urbino cheese and baked rabbit with olives, bacon and sausages, with true depth of flavour. Save an inch for the excellent chocolate cake.