This is an interesting place. The owner is from Lucca (Tuscany). The menu is a mix of Italian, French and general European. The menu is so huge that it is hard to believe how the kitchen manages it. The food is all good and the ingredients always seem to be fresh and good. It is partially Italian and not particularly Tuscan despite the owner and chef's origin. Many selections are sauces with creamy sauces and buttery beure blancs. The food can be on the rich side. Unless in the mood for that, I often look for selections with a tomato based sauce or no sauce to avoid overly rich dishes. Many items remind me of old fashioned French restaurant type of cuisine. Well prepared though. Nice wine selection with items from all over. The premium list have many nice French wines at very high prices. Although Lucca is known for horse meat, Toscana offers no Carne di Cavallo.
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