Small dishes, but exellent taste. Lots of good wines. Good service. Quiet place near the big square, but away from all the people.
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Went here for Valentine's Day and judging from all the locals we met the locals like it too. Great wines, great service, great food.
I am an American and had dinner without any mistreatment, although i was with some Italians. Service polite, food solid Tuscan, well done, but not outstanding. Best thing about place is wine selection and drinks more broadly. After all, it is an enoteca. They even...More
So good we went twice! Just great Tuscan food paired with great Tuscan wine. We were there in winter and all the dishes we tried were very seasonal. Highly recommend.
Delicious seasonal fair with a fantastic wine list. You can't get any better than this. The restaurant is of high quality and impeccable. I love the first course dishes all with hand made pasta and local flavours including wild boar ragu', aglione made with fresh...More
A exquisite dining experience. The two personable owners only add to the overall ambiance. Complete and varied menu, excellent wine list, a definite do again.
This enoteca was recommended to us by our hotel, so we tried it. It was nothing to write home about. The good was good, but not great. Ditto for the service.
If you find yourself in Siena - this is a must-stop! It is a popular spot with locals who work in the area, and it is easy to see why.... The wine list is perfectly composed, and the fresh, home-made pastas are simply divine. Everything...More
Do not go here if you are American. There are multiple reviews which confirm this conclusion. It took two hours and thirty minutes to finish a decent but not great meal while others were served around us. This place is recommended by a major travel...More
We looked for a place to discover the tastes of the tipical wines from the region. Luckily we found the Enoteca dei Terzi. Although we were just two, we could buy some representative wine glasses and the kind personal introduced us to the cultural and...More