There is nothing wrong with this place but there are so many fine places to eat in Arezzo, it would be a shame to settle for average.
Tiny restaraunt in the heart of the city, nice atmosphere inside, good service. The food quality is far from good, tipical appetizers without great passion and pasta and meat "regular". We choose the wine of the restaraunt, which was below the average.
The food here is local fare and delicious! The menu offers many pasta dishes! Good food for a good price! Located in city center.
A nice cosy trattoria and a stones throw from the san fancesco church for the pierro frescos. We had a really good authentic lunch, a tasty ribollita to share, then some grilled sausage and veg all very tasty. You can have a good brunello by the glass to wash it all down. Highly recommend.
The food is good, the service was excellent and the restaurant is in a good location in the middle of the old town. We were very happy with the pizza, the pasta and the wine we had and it was good value for the money. The menu offered some good choices and there was a great selection of wines. Given... More
The charming menu offered a delicious variety of dishes predominately of the region. The ribollita was wonderful and service was fine.
Great location, friendly staff, decent food. Just what we needed. Arezzo was very quiet on the Sunday we visited but this place was still bustling. Let down by the cleanliness of the loos (but have yet to eat anywhere in Italy where that was not he case!) Wine tasty, kids loved he pasta and pizza, mezze platter also good.
While walking through Arezzo we saw this restaurant in the small street. The decorations were nice - everything is in the line with rustical style. We had a hope that cuisine will be also authentic. But... we've never had such a terrible pizza as here! We suppose that it was bought in the nearest supermarket and then just heated in... More
The ambience of this Trattoria was warm, relaxed and welcoming and, even though there was a large group of us, we were all looked after individually. The menu was especially arranged by Gabriele and his brother as part of the Napoleonic Weekend. They served us Aretine food from the time when Arezzo was French, under Napoleon. An interesting trip into... More
It was the busiest day of the month in Arezzo - the antiques market on the first Sunday of each month - and we were a large party of 7 adults and three children aged 3 or under, lucky to be a little ahead of the rush in this trattoria up a side street about 2 blocks down from the... More
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