Don't understand why there are so many negative reviews of this restaurant. We came here in May for lunch and were seated in the rather pleasant shaded garden area. The place was filled with groups of travellers and families with children, so perhaps it got a little noisy at times.
We tried the, octopus soup with roasted bread, pici al cacio e pepe, linguine with clams and mullet roe, wild boar in chocolate sauce, veal shank (l'ossobuco alla senesce). The food was very good overall. We were only not so keen on the boar as it turned out slightly too dry and too sweet for our tastes.
Had a very decent bottle of Logaiolo 1998 with lunch.
Overall a very good meal, more expensive then the equivalent restaurant in Florence, but this is a little tourist town on top of a hill after all!
Had a chance to eat at the more famous Il Pozzo next door a few months later, and frankly this place trumps hands down.
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