My husband and I had a delicious lunch in this lovely restaurant close to the church of Civitella. If you love pasta do not miss the "gnudi". Local wine was very good and creme brulee as dessert was great!
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This place surprised us all. Set in the small hilltop town that always seemed to have desolate streets, we arrived at L'Antica Borgo and found ourselves in a very nice, elegant, and comfortable restaurant with amazing hardwood used for beams and stairs, areas of old...More
A really modest and humble but talented host who is so friendly and creates great locally inspired authentic Tuscan dishes.
We spend one night in this tiny " borgo" in the middle of the valley It is full of history due to the famous Massacre in Val Di Chiana in 1944. Just hundred of inhabitants with a marvelous location The restaurant was very good ,...More
A modest sized restaurant with a quiet atmosphere. The appearance is somewhat rustic, but very comfortable. Pleasant ambiance. A bit price, but the food is excellent.
It is with great sadness I discovered the wonderful restaurant L'Antico Borgo is no more. The talented young chef and proprietor Vito has closed up and left. His reputation has gone with him. The hotel next door, also called L'Antico Borgo, has opened a restaurant...More
Gentile signore del quale non ricordo averla mai incontrata, ci tengo a precisare che il ristorante antico borgo è stato...More
The food was beautiful, as was the wine. The friendly owner Vito was helpful and chatty, with a good sense of humour. Definatly worth a visit!
Very friendly host with a great knowledge of a wine. Food is absolutely amazing and cooked to perfection. Typical Tuscan dishes with a modern twist!
We have had some outstanding meals here over the last few years and the food is consistently good. Vito is passionate about food and it shows, his creativity, talent for combining flavours, together with the skills of the chefs Anna and Meriem reward you with...More
L'antico borgo has a problem - its location, down a back street, and away from the view out over the countryside enjoyed by the restaurant down the hill. As a result in the summer it can be very empty. But if you pass it and...More