Apart from a good restaurant, which has been active in various incarnations since 1750, this restaurant also provides a truly cultural experience.
The restaurant menu is entirely based on Verona's classic cuisine. Among the local dishes created by an experienced and expert Italian chef, you will find great and meticulously prepared dishes, such as a lemur in rich Amrona wine sauce and long cooking, or risotto cooked in Amrona wine, with fresh porcini mushrooms topped with truffles.
The dessert, by the way, can be eaten at a large, common table, which is located in the restaurant's impressive wine cellar. As a last course try the local recommended tiramisu.
The special thing about the place is the 12 steps down below the cellar. When you go down you will see rare archaeological ruins, parts of the Cardo, the Roman street of ancient Verona. This street has passed right here and you can see parts of houses, large stones and huge marble fragments left from buildings that were destroyed during the Roman Empire.