Osteria means very typical restaurant. Brucia Tegami is probably very hot (burning) grill plate. The restaurant was open in Dec of last year. However, it is very loyal to the local tradition. I'm very curios at looking in the kitchen. Here I could see young staff that seemed very local and very excited about what they do.
The menu is simple, but every item in the menu has its own twist. We had dinner for a family of 5. Our 3 kids are 8 - 12. We followed the staff recommendation and had local Chianti wine with fresh vegies in a form of a salad and grilled. All were great. We had two types of Taglitalia that is home made. One with tomato sauce and the other one with ragu. Both were made to perfection.
The mains were grilled beef. The special one was flat piece of grilled meat with tomato and capers on the top - great! The sliced beef was great piece of meet with great tastes grilled to perfection.
Don't miss the deserts - especially the Tiramisu.
The place is simply decorated and small. It offers simple and good atmosphere. There is no outside dining, but the interior is air-conditioned. The peak season for them is out of the summer when they serve mostly locals. We were lucky to get a recommendation from the nearby hotel.
I do recommend this experience.
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