So firstly the interior of this restaurant is amazing. This was our last night in Siena and really close to our apartment so we decided to come here. When a wait or was with you they were great they just weren't around a lot. I...More
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This place is near the Duomo and appears from the street to be a small restaurant but inside is a network of caves from Etruscan and Roman times. Many of the tables are in niches that are part of these caves. Our only disappointmennt...they would...More
Great place to have romantic dinner in Siena. Authentic interior and great food. My husband and I enjoyed our stay here and would definitely visit again.
We were celebrating my husbands birthday. First time in Italy and corresponded with restaurant before we left the U.S. Emailed with Marco - very quick in returning emails and when we got to Siena and restaurant we were welcomed very warmly- Marco introduced himself and...More
We had been recommend by our accommodation to dine at Da Divo and we very disappointed with the experience. A real tourist processing restaurant. The service was non existent for us and all the tables around us. We all poured our own (expensive) wine and...More
We ate here further to the recommendation of the hotel, and weren't disappointed, apart from the strong musty odour which took away from the pleasure of the food. The food was excellent and the service acceptable, although lacking attention to our needs. Several times we...More
This was such a unique restaurant, recommended by friends. Dining in an Etruscan Tomb is something we hadn't done. The food was artfully presented, and absolutely delicious. We shared dishes in each course, and they brought it out already divided on our own plates. We...More
On vacation in Tuscany, and we couldn’t have picked a better place for a classy yet affordable dinner! The ambiance was great and the food wonderful. Florence steak, tuna, and pici pasta were exceptional, but the wild boar was a taste explosion and a must...More
We discovered Da Divo on our trip to Tuscany/Siena five years ago. At that time we were fortunate to secure a table and eat in their Etruscan cave. I recall that the ambience, service, meal (and Brunello) were all wonderful (and a bit pricey). Well,...More
Tuscanian atmosphere in a central,, a bit secluted street near the Dome. Typical Tuscany cousine, good choice of winws.