This is a wonderful little restaurant, run by a lovely charming man (who speaks no English but will happily chat away in Italian for as long as you pretend you understand him). You can choose from any number of courses and there is a tourist set menu at 15 euros which includes a glass of wine.
I had the salmon and cream tagliatelle followed by the veal and my mum had the crab salad followed by the guinea fowl. We shared the Tuscan potatoes and aubergine side dishes and everything was brilliant!
It was exactly the kind of place we had spent 6 days looking for in Rome and Florence!
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