We have been going to this trattoria since it was located on a side street next to a hardware store - many, many years ago, and since Fabio Picchi was married to his first wife, Benedetta. They serve the same food at the trattoria as they do at the restaurant where the food costs three times as much. Of course, the offerings are not as extensive, but there are still many choices for each course.
The staff they had working there this time very patiently went over the entire Italian menu in English with anyone who wanted them to. This time we had fish soup, their signature ricotta flan, beef cheeks, a spicy squid dish, side veggies and wine. There are no pasta dishes. This is traditional Tuscan food. They no longer offer a house wine. It is cash only and our bill was 50 euros.
The seating is communal, which does not appeal to many people when paying that knid of money. The prices have gone up steadily over the years, but the food is still very good and it is much cheaper than the restaurant just up the street. There are no reservations - first come first served. It opens at 7 p.m. for dinner. They are closed Mondays.
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