We've been looking for a place to have dinner at on a Saturday night and suddenly we found this hidden Osteria nearby the monastery of Santa Caterina.
The place itself is tiny and cosy. The waitress (Grazia) was nice and prepared, promptly answered all of our queries and went through a list of very good wines, through which we opted for one of the best Chianti I've ever had.
The cuisine is entirely made of typical Sienese dishes among which I would suggest the pappardelle with wild boar ragu, pici pasta with black pepper and cheese or the wild boar stew with polenta.
As the sign at the entrance says: "The difference between a typical restaurant and a Sienese restaurant"...enough said.
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