Charmingly dated decor, intriguing menu, all 4 dishes outstanding quality and flavour. Prices slightly high, but still fair.
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This sweet restaurant was tucked away in a quiet corner of what can otherwise be a hectic little town. The staff was very pleasant, the wine was good and the food was very good. It was a bit slow, but overall worth the wait.
My wife and I found this Michelin guide gem quite by accident as we turned down an alley off the Piazza Cisterna on a Saturday night recently. The pesto mint pasta was unique and tasteful. Duck appetizer and pork main course along with a fine...More
We visited in search of a nice meal in San Gim and in spite of some poor reviews. It also advertises itself as a "slow food" restaurant. Arriving at about 7.20 pm it was not busy and we received polite and attentive service from start...More
So glad the place we thought we would eat at turned out to be closed for lunch. This accidental find really hit the spot. We had veggie rolls with saffron sauce, duck antipasto, cinghiale with juniper berries, bleu cheese ravioli with pear sauce and guinea...More
This restaurant is tucked out of the way but is a Michelin Guide gem. It is worth looking for it. We came upon it quite by accident when we found San Gimignano so crowded we were looking for a restaurant which was not inundated with...More
From the state of the place clearly this restaurant has seen better days. The decor looked aged, some of the electrical fittings were coming off the wall and the cutlery and crockery could do with replacing. Still the menu looked interesting and, although by no...More