Cima is situated in the heart of the Prosecco Classico zone, an area characterized by the presence of "rive" (terraces created to work the vineyard by hand) and charming villages. The restaurant, set in a rural building with a view of the vineyards, is on a gastronomic mission: draw attention to local flavors (but with some poetic license when it comes to flavorful digressions), from Burgundian snails to amberjack fillet, bigoli and Venetian-style liver. There's a separate menu for grilled meats, a specialty here. Pair your food with wines produced in-house. Courteous service.
The best trattorias/bistrots are marked with 1,2,3 shrimps according to their quality grades.