A booking is essential at Da Guido - you will have no chance of getting a table on a walk-in basis. There isn't really a menu and the waiters will tell you what is available that evening. The portions are generous, so generous that we could only manage the antipasti misti and a pasta course. We managed to share two desserts between five of us before waddling off into the warm evening for a stroll,
The antipasti misti consisted ham & figs, two forms of mushroom dishes, local boar paté, garlic toast, cold pork cuts, cured meats, cheeses with honey, olives, bread and probably some that I have forgotten. The pasta dishes were divine. The pici pasta with truffle shavings was exquisite. The ravioli tartufo was sublime and the wold boar tagliatelle was stunning. However by this stage we were already full. This is just as well because the steaks that arrived at the next table were truly gargantuan! The desserts were good too. All of this was washed down with soft drinks for the children, a couple of bottles of the local vino Morellino di Scansano (house) and digestifs. There wasn't a proper bill either - just a piece of paper with €150 (for 5 people) scribbled on it. Gotta love the place. The only thing stopping me giving a 5* review was that there was too much food!!!!
Thanks to all the staff at Da Guido for making the evening such an experience.
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