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This restaurant of the Rivelli family is beautifully situated among the rocks. The ambience is very cosy. It is noted for providing traditional cuisine from the Matera area. The wide rooms spring in the characteristic tufa caves which have made this city renowned all over the world. They have been restored and furnished with a simple taste, respecting the natural colours of this place. The restaurant is managed by the family and it is reassuring also thanks to the fact that the clients can glance at the kitchen from a large window. Here there are only dishes of the region, which are the result of the combination between products from the Apulian and Lucanian countryside. Starters includes broad beans and chicory, potatoes and “cruschi” peppers, vegetable pies, pulse soups and the inevitable delicious local salamis and cheese. All the pasta is made freshly and seasoned with strong sauces and condiments in the traditional peasant style: you will find “cavatelli” (here they are very long, almost like “fusilli”) with fresh sausage and mushrooms; “capunti” (small gnocchi) with [??chicken OR chickpea??] purée; “bucatini” with cauliflower and cheese; “orecchiette” and calzones stuffed with sweet ricotta and seasoned with a tomato “ragù” sauce prepared with mixed meat. Regarding the main dishes there is a mixed grill which always includes lamb. There is an exceptional IGP bread from Matera and fried potatoes (they aren’t frozen). The service is experienced. The desserts are homemade and traditional. The wine-list includes good wines from the region sold at fair prices. You will roughly spend 35 Euros.
 (IGP means “Indicazione Geografica Tipica” which stands for Protected Geographical Indication and this term is used to describe those goods for which the relationship between the geographical area and production standards may be limited to just one phase of the production process marks)
Sounds a great restaurant - I want to go there!
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