Had a great carpaccio as starter. Ok wine. As main a steak and added white truffle, which did not taste much, interesting. Even without the truffles the price was high. Funny waiter.
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We stayed in San Miniato for a week during the week of November Truffle Festival and ate truffles daily at restaurants. Piazza del Popolo is a very short walk from the Hotel San Miniato (which is a beautiful, clean and well managed hotel that was...More
We stayed in San Miniato for a week during the week of November Truffe Festa and ate truffles daily at restaurants. Piazza del Popolo is a very short walk from the Hotel San Miniato (which is a beautiful, clean and well managed hotel that was...More
We were the only table in the restaurant so had the whole place to ourselves. We did the tasting menu and also tried 3 other dishes! All were incredible! They were super friendly, played us all of our favourite songs and kept the prosecco flowing....More
The food was good, I loved the appetizer (legumes), but was disappointed by the secondi as it was only 3 pieces of duck and some green beans for 18 euros. I think you'd better eat a pasta here. They also state on tripadvisor that they...More
This is a very small place, just a few tables. Toscan food and an excellent choice of wines - the place is a restaurant and a wine bar. We tried tartare and caprese for starters and duck with blueberries, chicken in lime, tomato spaghetti and...More
We were en route to Pisa airport and decided to stop and find somewhere for lunch. It was lunchtime in August but the restaurant was quiet. The menu looked good so we decided to give it a go. We were not disappointed. After a complimentary...More
Went for drinks with family . Good prosecco but bit overpriced 5 euro/ glass. No olives or what so ever were offered... Staff looked really uninterested in costumers... Did not try the food so can not tell anything about that...
An unassuming little bar/restaurant but don't be put off by the simple decor! The food is excellent and the service attentive and friendly. Altogether much nicer than some of the other more expensive restaurants in San Miniato!
To be honest now, we were facing a Saturday night when we wanted to have dinner in town but all tables in the best ranked restaurants in the area were booked already. The staff in the Enoteca was kind enough to accomodate us, together with...More