The food is better than Da Mario (no. 1 at this time), it has more fantasy and more subtle flavours. Also ask for the day menu since we had a very good taglione with sage :) and don't forget the Limoncello afterwards
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A must when passing through this lovely village. Traditional home cooked and hand made exceptional food. Delicate portions and good selection of local produced products. We loved it, on our top three on our restaurant visits in Tuscany.
My brother had what looked like an asparagus pie or quiche which was tremendous, and the entrées were all loved. My pasta ragu was an amazing taste that I would return for, seriously! The desserts were excellent and very inexpensive (tiramisu was our favorite but...More
We loved Siena, but took the short train trip to Buonconvento to experience a less touristy place. On the strength of the good reviews on Tripadvisor we had lunch here and was so glad that we did. I enjoyed everything we ordered, and the wine...More
We booked for lunch, however, it was very quiet on the Thursday lunch time (as was the whole of Buonconvento). The owner spoke good English as did one of the waiters. The four course lunch was excellent, well cooked and presented and the local wine...More
Tried this restaurant as it was recommended by the place we stayed at. The restaurant interior was nice, food was great, service was good and menu was fairly extensive,. In terms of value for money, it was a lot more expensive than an excellent restaurant...More
We come to this restaurant already for a couple of years and they succeed always to surprise us. It's not only the excellent quality of the food (I don't like truffels that much, but they were amazingly good on the meat!) and the Brunello wine,...More
This was a warm and welcoming restaurant. a good, if not extensive winelist and very good food, nicely presented. A warning to beef eaters... steak in Italy is really, really rare. Stick with the pasta!
Stopped here for lunch. First went to Ristorante de Mario (the #1 rated spot), but was turned off by how noisy it was and the lack of service. La Porta di Sotto was much calmer and the food fantastic: had the zucchini flower risotto ......More
We visited this restaurant for dinner. Having taken our order, the wine waiter arrived and poured the end of one bottle and then some more from a newly opened second, with what appeared to be a different label, under his hand and not demonstrated! Needless...More