A surprise maybe, given this smallish place's proximity to the Campo. It had an almost rustic atmosphere, quite a small gaily-decorated room with a few tables outside. The welcome and service were attentive and efficient, the menu interestingly Tuscan, quite short (a plus) and the results delicious. Very good pasta dishes and a very good rosso di Montalcino to wash it all down. The prices were attractive too, given its location in the heart of mass-tourism. It was strangely devoid of local diners, however, but we were told it was just a quiet evening (a Tuesday). As it was the foreign diners contributed to the mood being a bit funereal. I'd be surprised if this good place were not humming at the weekends. I'll be back.
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