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We had pasta in this wonderful little restaurant at the far end of pienza. Was simply made but had all the flavors required for a nice meal!
Its more quiet than the restaurants in the middle of Pienza.
And also has plant filles decor.
We just happened upon this cafe in a lovely plant-filled back street of Pienza and decided to have lunch before investigating the town more. We had a bruschetta which we shared together with some wine, water and coffee.
The bruschetta came with 3 large pieces...More
We tried four different pastas (all €7 each) and all four were great. Simple but beautifully cooked with balanced layers of flavour. The lasagna with its wafer-thin pasta layers and stunning sauces was so good it will be my reference for all future lasagnas. The...More
Absolutely heaven on a plate. The owner/ chef raises basic Italian comfort foods to a new level. Unpretentious food at very reasonable prices, but prepared from scratch by a chef who knows and loves food. The sheets of pasta in the lasagne are rolled very...More
My mother and I had a very nice quiet lunch at this cafe. The food was so fresh and delicious. We shared a salad with olives and tuna. It was dressed well and all of the greens and additions were very fresh. We also shared...More
A small bar tucked away from the main footfall. It is a simple bar serving drinks and food; open from early morning until 8.00pm, so you could have breakfast, lunch and an early dinner here.
Paolo is a great "mine host".
The café is situated a bit outside main turist attractions, and it is a plus. Menu is simple, but you can taste typical dishes/starters. We took salads. They were fresh, prepared in front of our eyes (probably) by the owner. Great tomatoes, mozarella and olive...More
We stumbled upon this beautiful restaurant while stopping in Pienza for a quick lunch break from driving. Several of the other cafes were closed due to siestas, but we kept walking around the town off of the beaten path from the tourist areas and boy...More