Sandwiches were of poor quality, tasteless bread and tomatoes. A pity in a country where they have such good products.
The food was amazing. It was a feast for the eyes along with the palette. The wine selection was vast and the food was a work of art the way it was served.
Liked this because we moved the table across the street into the shade on a 100 F day when the tables inside and in the shade were taken. Caused Beatrice a little angst, but if the polizia had asked, we would have taken the rap.
This Osteria was a real surprise--the food was excellent and the owner, Adriano Sideria was very helpful. He hails from Sardinia, and his dishes reflect a blend of Tuscan, southern Mediiterranean, and north African cuisines. As with much of Italian cooking, the ante-pasta course (once...More