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L'Aratro Review

This welcoming rustic restaurant set inside adjoining trulli has dark-wood beams, whitewashed walls, and an outdoor patio for summer dining. The antipasti misti could stand as a meal in itself, but leave room for country-style dishes using lamb and veal. Among the seasonal specialties are cavatellucci di terra madre (tomatoes, onions, and capocollo—a cured meat—on a bed of fava beans) and roast lamb with lampasciuni (a type of wild onion). This is a certified Slow Food restaurant, serving traditional meals using local produce.

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Updated: 04-11-2014

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