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Flanigans (Tuscania)

Flanigans

Flanigans

If you pass from Tuscania, country of Lazio in the area that was Etruscan, and perfectly preserved in its medieval vestiges, you could stop to eat at the restaurant Flanigans, right in front of the fountain of the same name. Once you have visited the village and its wonderful churches (don't miss those of St. Mary Major and St. Peter's), stop at this traditional inn where you can enjoy the typical dishes of the area. Many are in common, obviousmbody, with Roman ones like the amatriciana, but here it's prepared with the Umbrians, very big noodles.

Flanigans

Flanigans

Also worth mentioning are the pappardelle with wild boar sauce. Also good are legume soups, like bean beans, and the rustic appetizers where you'll find a tasting of local charcuterie and pecorini. fried (except ascolane olives) they're all of their own production: very good stuffed pumpkin flowers. A little’ overcooked the scalded lamb, while it's well executed the boar to the buglione, a sort of stew.

Flanigans

Flanigans

Very good oil, which comes from the co-operative olive growers of Vetralla. How sweet a good tiramisu served in single portions. The wine list is predominantly local, with decidedly modest surcharges. Great value for money , since with about 35 euros you can have a full meal and the portions are definitely very plentiful. Recommended.

(reviewed February 13, 2016)