Recommended by Molina Di Sant Antimo winery. Dishes are creative, well executed, with great service. Highly recommended.
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Found this restaurant by accident. Had a nice meal and a bottle of wine. The owner was very sweet and the food was delis.
This is a terrific choice for lunch or dinner. Found the restaurant by chance and had a delicious meal. The owner runs a great restaurant!
My family and I can across this place looking for enough which was closed. However I guess you could say it was fate that we ended up here. It has a beautiful setting as it is sitting on a hill. However the choice of food...More
We were actually planning on trying the one just up from here but the wait for a table was so long so we decided to give them a try. We had a delicious lunch. I had a salad & my husband tried the boar, both...More
Definitely a must in Siena! The pasta with truffles are wonderful!! No mention of the steak with truffles as well... Nice tiny terrasse!! If you want wine, don’t hesitate to ask to the owner what is her recommendation. And cherry on the top of the...More
After arriving in Siena and not able to check into our room we went out for lunch and walked past this nice restaurant. Because the menu looked good we asked for table outside and this was possible. We had a very nice lunch here (ask...More
good restaurant, with reasonable prices, in the centre of Siena, with a reasonable service and traditional, slightly adjourned menu and food. Only to mention a limitation of monday, when apparently they have too many busses, which impairs the service a bit.
Took our family of 6 here for lunch. We were told that our 19 year old daughter, who didn't want to eat anything, but did order wine, would have to order food or would be charged as much as a meal anyway. I didn't notice...More
DearSir/Madame, we are very sorry for your negative experience at our restaurant and the present to truly apologize and give you further explanation that we would be happy to provide if you would have request it while you were at our restaurant. We offered you...More
Perched on little terraces on a steep hill, this sweet little restaurant has lovely salads, delicious pastas and typical regional desserts. Caponata with burata cheese was excellent and unusual as was the ravioli with fresh tomatoes and pesto splashes. Great whole grain bread and fresh...More