We just loved this place with its cozy patio covered with vines, and a beautiful wood fired pizza oven. The thin crust pizzas were delicious, we especially loved the portobello pizza with truffles, but they were all good.
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Six of us stopped in Chuisi en route to our Villa rental in Paciano and had a delightful Lunch on their Vine covered terrace. The food was fantastic, the sevice warm and friendly. The owner was very gracious, patient and helpful with our questions. So...More
Lunchtime in the vine shaded garden, a charming and helpful owner, delicious food with a few individual touches. A real gem worth finding, follow the sign on the corner of Via Bonci.
We were 7 people .. and the waiter as very friendly and competent .. we shared some starters and had lovely main courses .. especially the duck was excellent. Took a chance with the sweet ... spinach, macaroons, mint etc. - but was a little...More
We enjoyed two separate dinner experiences at il Bucchero during our five day stay in this small out of the way stop on our recent European vacation. Not only did we enjoy a pasta and local meat dinner with grilled vegetables the first evening, on...More
Il Bucchero is the quintessential "home cooking" restaurant. The atmosphere is quaint and quite Tuscan. Il Bucchero is well suited for families. Pino, the owner, is both the chef and the host. Il Bucchero features inside and garden dining and is a favorite with locals....More
For lunch on a cold January day we chose Il Bucchero. We were greeted by the owner, a most cheerful man (maybe he was extra happy because he was closing for a week's holiday the next day!). Food is simple but tasty, we both chose...More
We ate here twice for lunch and enjoyed the food and gracious hospitality very much. Our first lunch we ate outdoors in a lovely patio area with grape arbors overhead. We enjoyed a pasta with truffle sauce and gambas--large and delicious prawns and of course...More