Found this place through Rick Stevens self guided tour book of Italy with my wife and 1 year old daughter. We probably wouldn't have found it if it wasn't for the book as it is off the main path leading to Gimignano's town square ,...More
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This is one of the great places to enjoy lunch or dinner. Not a large menu but plenty to tempt you. All sourced local produce including saffron wow. The food is all prepared fresh and tastes delicious. An excellent wine list greets you here, some...More
We visited on a lunchtime and enjoyed excellent meals and wine with various gluten free options. All produce was locally sourced and cooked to perfection, staff were welcoming and friendly and the house wine was excellent for the cost. Highly recommended!
There were 8 of us in our party and we wandered in without a reservation around noon. The initial reception did not make us warm to the place but we had 5 hot, tired and hungry kids and 3 adults in need of a restorative...More
My husband and I ate here twice during our week's stay, as the food and service were so good. I had leek and saffron risotto the first time and cingale with polenta the second. My husband had pork the first time.and chicken the second. All...More