The Restaurant is not too far from the famous Hermitage of San'Alberto of Butrio. The abbey have the name of its founder Sant'Alberto Abate,
whose relics rest to the inside guarded by the hermits of Don Orione.
The construction of the Romanesque church had beginning in 1030
for work of the family Malaspina, in sign of thankfulness towards Sant'Alberto, which, according to the legend, had recovered the
child of the marquis.
In the arcade before the cloister, an urn in stone is preserved that seems it was the first burial of the
King Edoardo II of England. It's tell that him sought refuge in the hermitage, escaping the assassins sent by his wife, and there it died.
To this version of the facts, not confirmed by some historical ones, the book "Edward, The Mystery of the King of Auramala" of the Australian
writer Ivan Fowler is inspired; a charming novel set in this region, that brings the reader to imagine as these places appeared around 700 years ago.