We decided to go here based on a recommendation from Anna of Tours by Roberto. The location was a bit hard to find, but only because we turned one street too soon. We had a large lunch during our tour, so we wanted to have something light for dinner. We started with a Tuscan cheese plate, then I had beef carpaccio and my wife had pasta, and we shared a plate of grilled vegetables. We had some local wine in pitchers, which went down perfectly. The food was delicious and served promptly. We skipped dessert and coffee to allow room for some gelato at a nearby stand.
This is a nice place, casual and not expensive, and we'd go back on our next visit.
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