We visited with our two 16 year olds on a rainy July evening and were delighted. There are two full a la carte menus, one fish, one meat, as well as a long pizza list. We had Tuscan appetisers - crostini and mixed meats. The girls shared a fantastic and huge paella, loaded with langoustines, mussels and baby clams. My wife had sliced chicken breasts with rucola in a lemon sauce, I had slices of very rare beef in a reduced Chianti wine sauce and fresh spinach on the side. A long wine list - we chose a local white at 15 euros which was fine. Good desserts with home made cakes and tortes. Nice service, excellent English. There's a lovely terrace too. The bill was under 90 euros for the four of us with wine. This is an excellent, genuine, quality local Tuscan restaurant. Go, you won't be disappointed.
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