This is a lovely place which is really child friendly. We had amazing truffle pasta and our girls had tomato pasta specially prepared for them. The staff were Lovely, well worth a visit!
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Strolling around Volterra, we stopped to look at the menu at this restaurant. It sounded good, but no one was inside or outside at the tables there. We decided to take a chance and were rewarded with one of the best meals of our 2...More
Tried Volterran soup...very tasty and filling. Meat and cheese platter was fresh and the jam was delicious with the cheese. Good for a quick and easy meal; the menu had a lot on it but we were keen to sightsee so chose quick items.
Not understanding Italian, my husband suggested that we stop here because he wanted a beer with lunch (tavern, get it?). The tables near the door didn't look very enticing and the server asked if we would like to go downstairs. We were shocked and delighted...More
We found this restaurant on a stroll through the old streets of Volterra. If you see the wild boar head on the outside of the door you'll know you've come to the right place. We had an outstanding lunch with a very good house wine....More
lunch for Two we chose the Bruchetta to share and were suprised with delicious cheeses, salami's and a delightfull bruchetta. The table was perfect and a lot of passengers commented the gorgeous looking plate for two. Service was nice and quickly especially the girl from...More
I have been here a few days ago. It was absolutely great! I must say the place itself deserves a visit 'cause it isn't only a restaurant but a little piece of Volterra' history: you will be amazed by the construction in stone and how...More
We had an incredible meal at La Taverna Della Terra di Mezzo in Volterra. We saw their menu as we walked around town and it looked really good. The restaurant wasn't in the Rick Steves' book, however, and TripAdvisor reviews were mixed. We decided to...More