My husband and I are vegetarians, and found many great choices for dinner in this family-run, unpretentious trattoria and pizzeria. Warm cannellini beans, platter of several different Pecorino sheep cheese (specialty of Pienza)--fresh, aged, and stages in between. Nice after only having aged grated Pecorino in USA. Ravioli with spinach and buttermilk curds in fresh tomato sauce. Homemade spaghetti with funghi and truffle oil. Good house wine, cold Moretti birra. Our waitress, daughter of the cook (her mother) recited to me (in good English) her recipe for the eggy spaghetti she had made that day. Great personal service. A delightful home-cooked meal in a small trattoria (and take-out pizzeria in the front) that made us feel like family.
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