First, second, and third room, set one within the other like the sheaves of wheat from which the establishment takes its name. It is one of the few restaurants in Matera that can boast so extensive and varied a menu. Continental breakfast and menus for vegans and the gluten intolerant are served in addition to a fresh look at local cuisine and the classic recipes of the Italian tradition.
The eighteenth-century environments conserve artworks and antiques that belonged to Senator Ridola, who is remembered for his good taste and devotion to the world of art.
“To surprise and to astound,” as the master José Ortega – to whom one of our rooms is dedicated – would say. Faithful to the thought of Picasso’s last pupil, his artworks are integrated and contextualized with objects of daily use.
A glance leaves no room for the imagination, creating a rarefied atmosphere, suspended in time, capable of nurturing the mind as well.