We wanted to take our nephew to Loverciano for his first taste of venison on his last evening with us before returning home. When shown to our seats I was shocked to see that just a few tables away a family of five were dining and that a child of about five was being "entertained" by an Ipad or Ibook which was faced towards the rest of the room....with the volume on. If parents are unable to take their children out for a family meal in a restaurant without the support of IT I suggest that they all stay at home and practise the art of conversation instead.... However the fact that the proprietors allowed such an intrusion is astounding.
The first courses were good but the desserts were a huge disappointment - a mille feuille which lacked some 997 feuilles with a pale and tasteless cream filling which might just have seen a solitary egg and the chocolate pudding's vanilla sauce was also anaemic, thin and insipid.
All this with the child's abandoned cartoons as "background music" and a bill for nearly 200chfrs for three.....not good enough and we have vowed not to go back.
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