We came for a late lunch. We had pici with cheese & pepper as well as the trofie with pesto (I think that was the name). Both were nice for a simple lunch.
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We had dinner at the restaurant and none of us was satisfied with what we had. Grilled veal was too dry so as grilled pork. Tomato soup appeared to be a strange substance made of bread and a few pieces of chopped tomatoes. All in...More
This is about being a single traveler who knows how to do this, speaks some italian, but is treated to the worst form of abuse for "una Americana sola" in a restaurant. So I made a reservation the evening previous at this super-local Osteria, they...More
We were tipped about this restaurant and we were lucky to find a (shared) table for lunch. After we sat down a lot of people were sent away because all tables were occupied. There is nothing fancy about this place, but the food is simple...More
We had Lunch today in this fab little find in Sienna, Great Starters, great Steak and Pasta with Boar. Lovely bottle of White Wine, very reasonably priced. Would highly recommend, it got very very busy! Book a table
This was a great first stop when our college aged kids joined our trip; the pasta was clearly homemade and our antipasta plate was nicely diverse. They offered gluten free pasta which was a good and fresh too! Very reasonably priced.
We ordered a wide range of first course meals. The pasta is fresh, however Tuscan cuisine do not include any sauces. So ensure you are prepared to have dry meals! That includes soups too! Dry and thick soups. Wine was impressive - dry red. Tiramisu...More
We stopped there for lunch. We got seated inside in a nice and rustic room (although a bit for tourists). There was a mix of local people and visitors. Service was quick and handy (3 to 4 *) Food list with some Tuscany deli, not...More