This is a cute little restaurant in Chiusi where the food is very good and the service is rigid. Worth a visit.
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This is the place locals go for fine dining. Linen tablecloths and extra silverware . . . but the food will keep you coming back. Beet gnocchi with goat cheese sauce -- superb! Also the pici with ragut was outstanding.
Wonderful food!!! If you order the steak, be prepared that it is very large, but so worth it. Everything from the apps to the pasta was excellent. Great wine menu and you have to visit the cellar!!
Hands down one of the best meals in the past 3 weeks of Tuscan cuisine. Not only delicious but very large portions so you really can share dishes and taste a lot more. Ate grilled lamb with artichokes for my main course and pear walnut...More
The list is long so you might have a problem to choose what to eat. But do not worry, anything you pick up will taste very good! An extra bonus is a possibility to visit the ancient etruscan cellars under the location, marvelous!
Well worth a visit if you pass through or visit Chiusi for lunch. The food is interesting and very good, portions are large, and the selection good and interesting. Wine list is good and suprising for italian restaurant all appear to be actual available. The...More
Located in upper Chiusi this is a great place to stop for a meal after touring the Etruscan museum and other sites. A very friendly waitstaff will bring you good, simple and honest food. It's a very nice spot to relax and be at ease.
As we have been there for three times all of them were better than the other. As value for money wise definitely good choice .As for the taste of food I can give full thumbs up. Well done Zaira.
We come to Tuscany ever year and have eaten at Zaira for the past 5 years. We were so excited to return to this favorite restaurant in Chiusi. While it is still good, we were very disappointed to find that there is a new owner,...More
We ate here back in 2003. The food and wine still memorable as with the tour by the owner of the Etruscan tunnel system underneath the restaurant which now houses the owners priceless wine collection.