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Had a phenomenal lunch! The food is all sourced locally or out their garden. The menu is decently priced, and has a great selection. It's well worth a visit if you are passing by. The terrace is amazing!
Great little restaurant on the main road of this little town. Excellent hospitality, great cook. Best Pappardelle al Ragu di Cinghiale (wild boar) during our three weeks stay in Italy! And we had a lot 😁...
Se went there gir Easter Day lunch.
The place is small and very well managed. There are few table and the suggestion is to book in advance. The meals are prepared by the ladylord herself with passion and love. You can far the real tuscanian..."cucina". The price will be very reasanable. Great. Go there.More
When you think you are getting lost in the most remote hills of Tuscany - then you are getting close to Dai Galli. It´s in an historic house of Ciciano - magnificent flowers and herby have been planted by the grandmother. The daughter - Chef...and Lady of the House - prepares from the fresh, seasonal vegetables, fruits and spices legendary dishes - all rooted in Tuscany. Her English and German might help some guests in reflecting with her on the essence of Cooking. The friendliness of the people, the passion for what they do ... it´s a blessing for us living in Tuscany. Meet you there!More
Date of visit: October 2018
Nina_pifff, Proprietario at Restaurant Bistro dai Galli - Ciciano, responded to this reviewResponded October 12, 2018
WOW! No words to answer... this review is a great present to me, thank you Valdonica / Martin, thank you very much
We went there twice with our son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter 7 months.
Firstly, the staff were extremely helpfull with organising a baby chair including a table for her to play on.
Then on to the food. Excellent....Excellent....Excellent.
We had several different dishes. The local pasta,...the local nuddle, I think it was called, tomato soup, green peper steak, rabbit etc.
Do not miss the rabbit even though all the dishes were great and tasty.
My wife and I will be back tomorrow for the third time!More
Date of visit: July 2018
Nina_pifff, Proprietario at Restaurant Bistro dai Galli - Ciciano, responded to this reviewResponded July 14, 2018
it has been a pleasure! a big hug to the sweetiest little dolly ever
We left the kids with family and pottered off for lunch and found this oasis of greenery, flowers and fauna !
It was a sanctuary of peace, served with good wholesome home cooked fresh food. Lovely spot for a long lunch....
Very pretty little restaurant filled with flowers in the tiny village of Ciciano. The owner is a charming lady who speaks English, German, Italian, you name it! Our food was incredible - my highlight was the homemade pasta filled with gorgonzonla and parmesan in a...sage and walnut butter sauce- absolutely incredible. I wish I could have eaten here everyday :)More
Having arrived at our remote hill-top rental house only 40 minutes before a reasonable time for dinner, the only realistic option was the trattoria in the village at the bottom of the hill. And what a terrific find! Our hostess Dominique was charming, informative and...passionate about her food. Since we were on this occasion the only diners in the house, we had her uninterrupted personal attention and we are now experts on the amazing geo-thermal systems that generate electricity and provide communal heating to all the surrounding villages. But most importantly we enjoyed an evening filled with tasty, honest local dishes which were well prepared and attractively presented. Of special note was the wild boar ragout with ratatouille which would alone be worth returning for. Unfortunately that afternoon Dominique was catering for an event elsewhere so she was 'out of stock' of her signature meatballs which we look forward to enjoying later in the week.More