Sunday lunch, and the restaurant is hosting a large (30 people) of tourists. Service consequently feels a bit rushed. Menu is limited, but interesting, and two additional specials are proposed. A selection of cheese items is a bonus, and contains welcome alternatives to the ubiquitous pecorino. The patio is a pleasant place to be, although a bit windy. The octopus starter is served warm on a piece of bread, in a tomato sauce and w greens. Tasty, if a touch too salty. Three types of bread are served in a paper bag. A plus, since Tuscan bread tends to be uniformly tasteless. My main consists of two chunks of pork, I can't quite identify the cut, but the meat (cooked sous-vide) is moist and fatty in a good way. Served w peas that still have a little crunch. There is also a mustard sauce which, although nice and unusual, could use a note of acidity to balance the sweetness. All in all, a very satisfying main, and the star of my meal. The choice of desserts is less ambitious. I have a sorbet. Above average, but monochrome. Could use mint leaves, or a few different flavors. All in all a good meal, and at around 30 euro (wine excluded), a fair to good value.
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