The hand rolled pici with tomato and garlic sauce is to die for! Also had the steak Florentine for two, it was good, but not nearly as memorable as the pici.
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Great setting with magnificient Tuscan landscape views from the town street. We were 8 people for dinner. Food is out standing as so many others have stated. The staff were very attentive and the suggest wine painting was perfect. Highly recommended.
The four of us came here for lunch and we loved it. The service was fantastic and the food was excellent. There is no way in leaving this restaurant hungry. I had the handmade ravioli in a sage butter sauce, and it was fantastic. I...More
The restaurant is actually located on the outskirts of Montalcino in the lovely village of Sant'Angelo in Colle and has some fantastic views of the surrounding countryside. The restaurant has tables both inside and out and has been tasfully dcorated retaining much of its historic...More
Holy great rustic and local cuisine. Really delicious pasta here. They look just so simple but fabulously delicious. Thank god.
A group of six of us had lunch at Il Leccio as part of a Montalcino wine tour (the tour was excellent). The lunch comprised of an assortment of starters in season, followed by pasta. The starters were great and a wonderful variety of about...More
The artichoke flan was very good. The pasta was decent but not very flavorful. The pork dish had great flavor but was very dry. The veal was good with fresh parmesan and Arugula. I found the restaurant next door to be much better, more rustic...More
Small restaurant with great service, perfect whine selection and above all great food with good value for money. Sant'Angelo in Colle, a nice little, well restored village atmosphere. Reservation is needed as locals find the place as well!
On top of the Hill at the main town square you will easily find this trattoria and the bar. Nice local ambiance, tasty food accompanied with the delicious red wines from the around lands
Set on a hilltop in a quiet village boasting spectacular vineyard views, Il Leccio is the ideal place to spend hours enjoying a decadent lunch full of fresh pastas and plenty of local Brunello.