The owners of Osteria di Prima assert that their food is the not the result of “an invention but stemming from an ancient history of a territory and a people,” harkening back to the old days of baking in a wood-fired oven and making pasta by hand. With the recent change of ownership, the food has taken on some Sicilian and Pugliese influences, but the overall menu is staying true to its roots. Since their menu changes so often, meals at Osteria di Prima are arranged “buffet” style. For a set price (lunch 11-15 euros and dinner 25 euros), diners shop the appetizer buffet, choose a main course, and receive fruit for dessert.
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