In a pedestrian street into the Pistoia city center as "Via del Lastrone" is, short but lined by restaurants, you may not notice the peculiarity of "Caciodivino". But we turned there, in a crowded Sunday in September, because we were just looking for this property. And we have to confirm the overall positive opinion given by the majority of reviewers.
We opted for a first course and a main dish. I chose tortelloni stuffed with "burrata" (a kind of mozzarella cheese typical of Puglia), with olive sauce, and with tomatoes chopped in small pieces. My wife preferred "pici" pasta, with a delightful pesto sauce and soft cheese.
As a main dish, we both chose the "terrine", ie egg with soft cheese cooked in a terracotta pan. I have also asked for a grilled vegetables' dish.
All the dishes seemed to be made with top quality ingredients and carefully cooked. Just the portion of "pici" pasta seemed to my wife a bit small.
The wine we have been recommended, a Sangiovese called "Prunideo" (because it grows in the middle of the prunes), was great; we ordered a glass each.
The bill paid for two people (including, besides the quoted items, a bottle of water and two coffees) was 66 euros.
Very courteous service by the two girls at the tables.
It is advisable to book (we have found two seats just for chance).
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