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This is the first restaurant that caused me to go to Trip Advisor and write a review. I came to Osteria di Casa Chianti with my girlfriend for our 4 year anniversary. We were really looking to have a special evening and coming to this...More
This is a small, but delightful Tuscan restaurant with an accent on innovative menu choices. I attended a tasting dinner which included tastings of condiments, wines, and olive oils that the restaurant offers for sale. The products were varied and interesting with an emphasis on...More
We visited this restaurant as recommended by our cooking school, and also i had found it via www searches as it was close by our accommodation.
We could not have been more pleased - the food is locally sourced and all staff were committed to...More
So good we ate here two of our six nights in the area. No, it’s not cheap but we weren’t looking for cheap. If you want locally sourced food prepared inventively and served with pride this is the place. The website says “the art of...More
La Osteria de Casa Chianti is simply the best restaurant we ever experienced.
We are a french couple of chefs and we warmly recommend this fantastic place who is far from mass tourism in Tuscany.
The food and wine are incredibly tasty and purely local....More
We stopped for dinner on our way from Lucca to San Gimignano. Typical Tuscan dinner. Everything from starters to dessert was mouthwatering. The home made pasta with white truffle was awesome but most of all we had one of our best bistesecca fiorentina. A must...More
First of all, please note that this osteria is nearer the burg of Fiano, than Certaldo, so double-check the GPS. We went there on a Wednesday night with four Italians who are natives of Certaldo. They were as impressed as we were. Tasty and unusual...More
This restaurant was recommended to us by the owner of Le Torri, Gabry Cantini, and it did not disappoint. The view from the terrace where we were seated, was stunning and watching the sunset over the Tuscan hills sipping a glass of Chianti, is a...More
Response from A1sportingspeakers | Reviewed this property |
You can phone for a reservation. It's a long journey from Florence though. We were staying near the restaurant when we visited it. It's very good but I'm not sure I would make the journey from Florence