Eight of us lunched in this in this well-located restaurant and found it an acceptable if not memorable dining experience. The setting is functional, but with tables crammed close together. The waitstaff got us served, but without warmth or efficiency. All of the traditional dishes were edible and some truly enjoyable, like the crostini nero, just nothing to rave about. Everything was reasonably priced including the wine. So, not a bad place to grab a bite--especially mid-day--while touring wonderful Sienna. Drop in with modest expectations, fill up with traditional fare amidst locals, and plan your gourmet and romantic meals for elsewhere. Il Ghibellinao is good but not great.
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