In attempting to reach Volterra in our rented camper one night I stranded my family for dinner. They were pretty disgruntled when spotted the warm glow of Qui Quo Qua while passing through Colle di Val d'Elsa. The last patrons were leaving as I dashed through the door. I was pretty sure I was for it when I saw they were about to close. To my relief when I hinted at my situation to the owner, Loris, he graciously invited us to sit down at a table and indicated he would be happy to cook for us. He then went right to work creating a multi-course meal that were we are all too grateful to have. When we inquired about uber-cool, poster-sized black and white photographs around his restaurant, Loris told us they were all of his father who raced motorcycles in the days of Giacomo Agostini. In view of the fact we had come all the way to Italy to watch Valentino Rossi race at his home track in Misano, we could't have been more thrilled. Great experience. Gracious hospitality. Loris and his equally gracious wife and Qui Quo Qua will forever remain among our fondest memories of Italy.
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