Just off the main street, we could easily have missed it. We arrived at the restaurant slightly ahead of their opening time, but we were welcomed in and settled down with some wine and fresh Tuscan bread, salt (Tuscan bread isn't salted), olive oil etc. The decor was delightful and unusual, a lot of personal touches. The food was freshly cooked and delicious, good prices, and at 10 euros for a litre carafe of house white, you can't go wrong.
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