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Curious on #2 restaraunt in the world - Osteria Francescana

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We are heading to Bologna this fall and are considering eating at Osteria Francescana in Modena one night. The restaurant just received the #2 in the world title. Another option we are considering is Amerigo dal 1936. Has anyone eaten at both and any thoughts between the two?

Whil we are big foodies, my concern is we tend to like good, unpretentious food in Italy and we are not sure if Ost. F will be a little fussy (although the "dropped lemon tart" looks amazing). For example, we're not big fans of Cibreo in Florence which some rave about and instead prefer Sostanza. We originally selected Amerigo because of its focus on truffles and we'll be there during the season.

Cost doesn't matter other than we likely won't do both as I love food but the long drawn out meals can get a little tedious in close succession. Appreciate any thoughts between the two.

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