Just down the road from the better marketed Uscio. Our 4 top had such selections as the octopus salad to venison pasta to anchovies on pasta. All really wonderful.
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My third visit to this restaurant which had left me with good memories. This time, I left without taking any dessert and without leaving any tip. My wife ordered some pasta with a shallot sauce which seemed to have been bought at the local supermarket:...More
Came here on the recommendation of the hotel Villa Campomaggio. We arrived early but the restaurant didn't open until 7:30. We had a lovely table by the road... Would have loved to have been here during the Giro d'Italia as mentioned in another review. Had...More
I discovered this beautiful place while traveling between Panzano and Castellina in Chianti. It is a little off the beaten path, but a great place to stop for lunch. I had Pappardelle al Sugo di Cinghiale, wild boar over wide homemade noodles, and it was...More
This restaurant is in a quite little village in the hills of Chianti. It is the most perfect place to have a long Italian lunch. Sitting outside on a sunny day, great food, beautiful wine, good company and a lovely view. What more could one...More
Couldn't beleive I have fount mosquito in the meat ball. I went there with friends. The place is nice and waitresses sre kind and good, but one of the staff a man at the cashier was rude and uncaring, after finding the mosquito we asked...More