My husband and I were strolling around looking for a place to have lunch before returning to Livorno and the ferry home. This was a wonderful find. Out of season it was quiet - which is what we like and the food was fantastic. Every mouthful was a delight. I cant remember the names of most of the dishes but for antipasti we had carpaccio and a baked ricotta dish with reduced chianti syrup on it - both were outstanding. Then we had Osso buco and a duck ragout pasta dish followed by sweet wine and biscotti. The waitress was very attentive and helpful, the house wine very good and the decor added a modern fresh feel which I liked.
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