Good for: Families with children, Romance, Large groups, Local cuisine, Dining on a budget
Dining options: Dinner, Reservations, Late Night
Description: Always the arbor welcomes guests in a unique and simply Tuscan. As a local historian of the country radicondoli, the pergola, offers a cuisine that has been handed down three generations. the current owners, in fact, are still passing on recipes than 100 years old. The cook mother of two owners still continues to cook traditional Tuscan recipes of his maternal grandmother, cook 20 years of excellence in the Maremma. The kitchen of the restaurant, then, you know have fun on their own dishes, ranging from the kitchen to the Sienese territory to the Maremma. The only local meats, the cheeses, the anchovies with mascarpone and pesto pasta, strictly homemade ravioli, pappardelle with game or with the Cinta Senese, Pici with Arugula and Pecorino and then roast wild boar, Tripe , stockfish, and Cacciucco Pork are only a fraction of our specialties. Way back in 1975, was built the first wood-fired oven pizza here radicondoli, and was installed here, the Pergola, now also known for this dish simple but multifaceted. Who has not heard the pizza at the Pergola! But all of course, as always made more than 35 years, but simple ingredients of choice, strictly wood burning oven and all the fantasy that only a master can have pizza. It looks light, its size will make it unique dish with great attention to detail. The wine is full of about 70 labels all Tuscan wines, organic territorial, the Maremma, Chianti, Montalcino, Montepulciano and so on. The special is not only the wide range of labels, in fact, the owners, after years of scrupulous research, are now able to serve fine wines at prices ranging from 9 to 20 euros. With the pizza is very good beer, we offer a great selection of beers, from Tuscany to the rest of 'Italy. The strong part of the premises in addition to its internal trends, but the typical Tuscan is its rooftop terrace, where the eye sweeps the horizon, which can accommodate about 60 people, as you can see a sunset over the Siena hills just wonderful. How immersed in a postcard of the author, we see San Gimignano, Casole d'Elsa, Volterra, up to Montecatini Val di Cecina, Castellina in Chianti and all the beauty of the nearby Tuscan countryside. In short, a place not to be missed. Wherever you are, the trip will be well paid. For lovers of good food, this is the example to put in its archive.