Map of Saint Minver for You will need quite an appetite to tackle all these courses and if your stomach or wallet isn’t up to it, it’s perfectly acceptable to have less. If you’re not sure of the size of the portions, start with a pasta or rice dish and ask to order the secondo when you’ve finished the first. And, although it’s not a very Italian thing to do, don’t feel shy about just having just an antipasto and a primo; they’re probably the best way of trying local specialities anyway. If there’s no menu, the verbal list of what’s available can be bewildering; if you don’t understand, just ask for what you want if it’s something simple they can usually rustle it up. Everywhere will have pasta with tomato sauce (pomodoro) or meat sauce (al rag ). At the end of the meal ask for the bill (il conto); bear in mind that almost everywhere you’ll pay a cover charge (coperto) of 1 5 a head. In many trattorias the bill amounts to little more than an illegible scrap of paper; if you want to check it, ask for a receipt (ricevuta). In more expensive places, service (servizio) will often be added on top of the cover charge, generally about ten percent. If service isn’t included it’s common just to leave a few coins as a tip, unless you’re particularly pleased with the service, in which case, leave up to ten percent. Map of Saint Minver 2016.
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