Loved the dual colored ravioli, nice wine, nice tagaliata Felt the warm hospitality of owner who was very kind to let us continue to chat even though they were wrapping up for the night
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Lovely wee find in old town we were drawn here several times by ourselves and with others who were equally impressed.
This is what you want find when you are in Tuscany, a small restaurant in a small village... where you can taste a marvellous handmade pasta. You can't go home if you don't taste the Burrata ravioli with butter and sage and the tiramisu.
We noticed the seemingly popular restaurant on our arrival in Barga and booked a table for our last evening. The menu was ok and the food very varied. It appears this restaurant has ridden on a good reputation, but we were far from impressed. We...More
Se i clienti italiani che sanno come è la "cucuna italiana" ci apprezzano molto, non capisco come lei possa criticare...More
This osteria is right in the heart of Barga,but before the steep climb to the Duomo, and therefore easy to reach. We noticed it's quite popular with locals and visitors and quickly understood why. There's a large selection of local dishes, specialities and wines to...More
We returned to Barga after our 1st visit in 2007. We had an equally fantastic meal in L'osteria. The pecorino, honey and walnuts is a must, my husband reluctantly shared some if it! We love locally produced, home-cooked food and L'osteria will not disappoint.
We were here twice and had the same steak that was served on a sizzling hot salt stone. Soo good, and it was an extra bonus that the beef was from one of the waitress' home farm!