Simple and very tasty food, best value for money, very pleasent. After the first time, we came back twice more. Recommended!
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I visit el buchero un chiusi most evenings during my week long stay in chiusi. The place had a lovely pergoda covered garden just right for the warm summer evenings. Pinot the owner and chef was so very friendly making us all feel at home,...More
We thought the place was empty at first, but it turns out everyone was in the garden at the back. There was a lovely atmosphere, eating outside underneath grape-laden vines. The staff were helpful and friendly, rearranging things so that we could have a table....More
After a visit to the Cathedral and the amazing Etruscan museum in Chiusi, there are plenty of options for lunch, and my favourite is Il Bucchero. Pino, the chef and owner, is relaxed, accommodating, generous and makes a wonderful pizza. I take groups there regularly...More
Il Bucchero does not really attract your attention if you walk by, but as soon as you enter this quaint, traditional restaurant you feel as if you were in a movie: The chef kneading the dough by hand in the slightly old-fashioned kitchen combined with...More
We visited Il Bucchero in November, 2015. After our visit to the Museo Archeologico Nazionale with its treasure trove of Etruscan artifacts, we stopped in a shop and asked for lunch recommendations. The shop owner suggested Il Bucchero, and we're so glad she did! We...More
Upon arriving at the restaurant we were advised that service would be slow because the place was packed. Turns out service was impeccable, way better than most other places!! The food was amazing, especially considering the cheap prices! They were very helpful explaining the what...More