We spent a wonderful evening here savouring various sumptious dishes and trying different wines, all at very reasonable prices.
We started with a pecorino fondu, with slices of truffle adding depth to an already great flavour. The rest of the courses were similarly delicious: a variety of simple bruschetta, perfectly cooked pasta with a salty, garlicky anchovy sauce, tender carbonara ravioli that was incredibly moreish and the best tiramisu we had in Tuscany.
Definitely worth a visit!
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