Food and drink
The menu is made up of bruschette, imaginative pastas (such as orecchiette with courgettes, almond pesto and mint), carpaccio, interesting salads (the avocado, chicken and bacon is my favourite) and various platters of cheese and meats. You can just order a snack and a glass of wine or go for something more substantial. Puds are all made in-house and are delicious, but note that gelateria [node:172318] is just a few metres up the road.
The pear and pecorino-stuffed ravioli is divine.
Coquinarius is housed in ex-stables, with a single room with a lofty vaulted ceiling. Bare wood tables are rather squeezed in and lunchtimes, when tourists compete with local shopkeepers and office workers for space, can get very full. Evenings are less frantic and jazzy background sounds help everybody stay chilled.
The staff are friendly but stressed at peak times.
It's on a sidestreet just south of [node:172673].
Bruschette costs from 8 euros, pasta from 8 euros and salads 10 euros.
- First-time travellers