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Close to our B&B, we settled on this spot out of several other restaurants. We weren't disappointed. Cozy interior, friendly waitstaff, we were both quite happy with the house wine and our meal choices...pasta with wild boar sauce for my friend and pasta with fresh...More
We had lunch here on a Saturday afternoon. It was very empty, no Italians. We had soup off of the specials list. Nothing spectacular, hearty soup thickened with bread. I also ordered a salad and it came with the requisite oil and vinegar so you...More
Perfect meals (we ate twice, early December 2018). Food is authentic Tuscan. I like bruschetta with cheese, pears and honey, and also pasta with wild boar sauce. The cacio e pepe is also superb, with al dente pici pasta. We shared pollo fra diavolo (grilled...More
We were given a recommendation for this restaurant by our hotel. We did read the reviews that they are not nice to customers that don’t speak Italian, however they came so highly recommended we decided to give it a try. When we arrived, there was...More
We ate here on our first night in Siena. I liked it. Food was good. I especially liked the meat and cheese antipasto. My husband and I shared the steak. It was huge. It was also unevenly cooked, but the kitchen recooked the extra rate...More
First visit in six years the food was good typically Tuscan in its simplicity - devilled chicken and chicken with tarragon and lemon followed by tiramisu and pannacotta. Service was colourful and the bill was c 25 euros each for the meal with 1/4 of...More
This restaurant was a favourite or ours after four or five visits in as many years, we loved the ambiance, the wild boar pasta and the young but very palatable house red wine. Our latest experience was disappointing to say the least. Whilst the pasta...More
I took ribollita and fresh porcini tagliatelli, both tasty. We emptied a bottle of vino Nobile di Montepolciano, very good with food. Book your table in advance, the place is small and popular. Service could be better, meaning faster/smoother. Quite common maladie in Italie?