A hidden gem near the duomo.a quiet street and unexpected find. Ingesting did options such as wild boar stew. It was all tasty with reasonable portions. The wine was not too expensive per bottle.
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A very nice restaurant in a beautiful city. We ate very well and the prices weren't bad. The service, especially from the man (I believe was the owner) was extremely friendly. I found the room just to be a bit hot on a boiling afternoon...More
found it by chance while trying to avoid the establishments serving overcooked pasta, industrial pizza and cook-from-frozen lasagne. And this restaurant did not disappoint. Menu is relatively small but, still, I would have eaten all of their starters and more than half of the main...More
In traveling through Tuscany I am learning that there are so many smaller relatively unknown family restaurants that even the locals do not recall. Osteria del Gusto is another example. The ambience is romantic and decor very homelike. Fresh ingredients prevail and the service is...More
We read in a guidebook about this restaurant and decided to give it a try eventhiugh it went against our practice of avoiding restaurants near the duomos. Our waiter spoke perfect English but was gracious when he learned that we were trying to practise our...More
Lovely restaurant just around the corner from the Cathedral. Good service and clean toilets. Food very locally sourced and fresh. We had a carafe of wine two good salads and a risotto and pasta dish a couple bottles of water and coffees which came in...More
We had lunch at the Osteria del Gusto on a busy Saturday. The food and service was excellent.The staff were very good and tolerant of our limited Italian, unlike some other establishments. The food and wine were great and the price was unbelievable cheap