We found this restaurant out of luck and I must say so far it has been the highlight of our Tuscany trip. Amazing meat and a gorgeous local dessert (l'quartino) made with creme brulee, vin santo and cantuccini. Very highly recommended.
We were a little early for Italian diner time. The place was almost empty when we arrived just before 8 PM. As I had made reservations I felt this was somewhat overdone. Personnel was very pleasing and helpfull with a nice menu on the wall....More
seven of us English speaking tourists had a wonderful experience. The menu is written on small pieces of paper tacked on a wall. Two of our group were vegetarians. Added to challenge. Trying to order was a scene from a sit com. The chef came...More
We happily were referred this resturant by a local, absolutely fantastic! The service from the moment we walked in was so welcoming. Just tell them to feed you if you don't have italian. Then sit back and enjoy the experience.
This food was divine. Better to be able to translate food dishes from Italian to English or have your dictionary ready. So delicious.
The restaurant is very simple, but dishes are original, very good, and extremeley tasteful.Good for families, prices are more than reasonable. Go and try!!
Not so many people speak English in Italy, we found, and (unlike the French!) people seemed very willing to help in our struggles to communicate. Here the waiter took great trouble to explain the extensive menu of local specialities. I had lampredotto - the local...More