We stopped for lunch on a whim on our travels around Chianti and what luck; wonderful setting in an ancient building; impeccable service, fabulous food and a nice local Chianti. The chef offered complimentary small seafood starters on a pea puree (hubby had mine as I don't eat fish--said it was delish); I had herbs risotto for my main and hubs had the monkfish; again beautifully prepared and delicious. Homebaked breads and rolls; lovely. Again the chef offered a complimentary set of small delights -- sweets of chocolates, raspberry puree with whipped cream garnish and tiny cookies. Cafe to wind up. You pay an appropriate amount for the meal.
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