We had dinner at this great taverna la mama makes all the food and you can taste the love. We had dinner here twice and both times where surprised by the flavors.
Pici al cinghialle, petto di pollo al tartufo, gnocchi alla taverna torta della nonna...everything was delicious...it s a must at siena...Vote for Greece...ask for Johnny if you are greek.
This place is not to be missed while visiting Tuscany. Siena is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy and perhaps the world. Our dining experience was nothing short of spectacular. The food, prepared in the traditional Tuscan style by the owner's grandmother Nona, is layered with flavor. The ambiance in a 300 year-old building is charming and the... More
This restaurant has great food, very good service and fine prices. Try the traditional Carbonara (perfect) and the tiramisu. I have eaten there several times and I am looking forward to go there again!!!
Day tripped to Siena from Firenze and looking for a place for lunch away from the crowds. Just a 5 min. walk from Piazza del Campo on a quite side street, the greeting just walking in the door was the most inviting we had on our entire trip. The food was great, service was wonderful, and grandma came out a... More
We had a beer in the afternoon and called back at 7 when it was opening on a Sunday evening. They were very friendly and the food was excellent- especially the ox tails- huge with great sauce. Good selection of reasonably priced wines- we had the Montepulchiano Nobile at €19 which was excellent. We were given the bottle of grappa... More
We were sent here by the concierge at our hotel and had a memorable meal. Of the many excellent meals we enjoyed in Tuscany, this small taverna stands out. The waiter was very patient in explaining the excellent menu and suggested some excellent and reasonably priced wines. Pork with apple sauce was outstanding. Although nearly empty when we arrived, was... More
We found this place by chance on a Sunday in Siena when so much off the main drag was closed. We chose two dishes of the day and they were both yummy!
The prices are ok, although there is a 15% service fee (compulsory tip) on to, clearly indicated on the menu. The staff is friendly and speaks English, meals are served fast. The food was however disappointing, the mushrooms in the pasta not fresh, although it is supposed go be a specialty of the restaurant. There were only tourists on the... More
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