A very welcoming locally run restaurant, the food was nice with an interesting menu and attentive service. Would definitely recommend to anyone in the area.
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Found this delightful gem by accident. My girlfriend and me were staying a twenty minute walk away so we explored the main road and square. Tucked away in a quiet spot, very unassuming, but what a surprise! Excellent food, made on the spot to order....More
The dinner at Pasta e Vino was probably the best meal during our trip to Tuscany (second only to the one we cooked ourselves in a cooking class two days earlier). The atmosphere is outstanding, cozy and home-like. Also the creative and tasty starters are...More
local osteria, with clearly a loyal local trade. Does Slow Food. I think it is family run and it shows that they love what they do. Great Tuscan food, cooked with love and served with love. They don't have great english but I had enough...More
A great find. A wonderful experience of such special food. Run by a husband and wife team who are just devoted to fine eating. Worth the trip out of Pisa to enjoy this very welcoming restaurant
We stayed at B&B Cribò located walking distance from this restaurant. Carmine the owner of the B&B suggested this restaurant and it was indeed a great recommandation. Guiliano Terme is located less than 10kms from Pisa and is a lovely small town with a nice...More
Caught in hunger and rain we found this ostaria in a small town close to Pisa. The food and the atmosphere in the small street were fine, but most of all we felt us very well treated by the staff
Would have been helpful to have had an English menu as didn't have any idea what we were ordering but what we had was very good.
Having negotiated the nightmare security queues at Manchester airport and collecting our "in-terminal" car hire that was a bus ride away, we were ready for a lazy lunch en route to Lucca. We happened upon this place by accident, having passed over a place in...More