We found this restaurant by accident and were the only guests on the first day of reopening after the winter break. The chef is from Naples as you can tell from the way he cooks fish and seafood, which is prominent on the menu in a way it rarely is in landlocked places in Tuscany. You can watch the cooking through a glass window if you sit close to the kitchen. Both the service and the food were excellent and the ancient horse stables in which the restaurant is set provide a special atmosphere.
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