We ate Here, 4 adults and 1 infant. The pasta with boar was good, the second corse was not impressive. Everyone took first and second corse, salami and cheese, 2 beers, 1 coffee and water and it cost 70 euro. Not very cheap. The guys...More
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We found this lovely restaurant/bar on our first day in Siena. What a find! The Australian waiter was exceptional in his service and recommendations of food to choose from the menu, as well as what to visit in the region. The food was excellent, with...More
Good service from the Australian waiter. Excellent house red wine. Food was simple home made fare but like most Italian restaurants, come in small portions which meant you could try other courses....and of course pay more.
We had lunch at Osteria Permalico today and we were welcomed very nicely from the stuff. The place just opened and wasn’t busy so we had food pretty quickly. The food was very nice and delicate (pici with cinghiale was delicious) and price great. Definitely...More
We stumbled upon Osteri Permalico and we’re glad we did! Great atmosphere, casual and cozy, delicious food, (we shared a meat and cheese plate and gnocchi with pumpkin), great wine and lovely staff and very reasonably priced. Don’t miss this hidden gem!
Thoroughly enjoyed our dinner - forgot to take a photo but I had the traditional pici pasta with cavolo nero and bacon, my husband had tortellini with ragu - both were fantastic. Altogether with a large mixed salad plus about 600ml of the house red...More
I like the place. Service seems very casual but actually it is great. Once at your table the give you the time and space to enjoy. People may be queing but you as guest are more important... food is good. Maybe at other places it...More
We went there by chance with not a lot of expectations, since the outside menu looked cheaper than others we saw in Siena. But, to our surprise, the food was great (we ordered some pumpkin gnocchi and tonno, which is actually pork loin, as well...More
Stumbled upon whilst strolling the back streets and looking for a late afternoon wine and snack and haven't been able to forget the superb taste of the divine sardines served on ricotta and rustic bread enjoyed with their house red, we were so impressed we...More
My wife and I stumbled upon Permalico our first night in Siena, what a great find. The atmosphere was fantastic, the service was excellent, the food was beyond description. The house wine was better than almost anything we tried elsewhere at only 1.5 Euro a...More