We ate here twice on our trip. The first time the place we planned on was closed and we came in without a reservation. Were lucky to get a table because the place was packed. The second time we had a reservation and a much better table. Not a big place, and fills up after 8 p.m. Very nice amuse bouche with their own salumi and cheese. My husband had gluten-free pasta the first time and I had chicken-liver crostini. I had the Florentine steak which was the best we had on our extended Tuscany trip. These are just the highlights. Another dish I had the second night was the Pici with crumb sauce - excellent. This was one of the best restaurants we went to in Tuscany, especially the food. We would have gone again but they weren't open for lunch our last day.
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