After walking past a few touristy pizza restaurants on our way into the centre of Sienna we came upon this place. All the outside tables were taken so we were seated inside where it was full of Italians, a good sign. Our waiter was charm personified and although our starters and mains were very good, as was the recommended wine, what really did it for us was the Tiramisu al Limone dessert. After we had asked for the bill, the waiter came over with 2 glasses and a bottle of Limoncello, filled the glasses and left the bottle on the table and told us to help ourselves.
This is a nice local restaurant with less crowded people. Located in the city center and has a good atomsphere. The rating is not high but the food is well cooked from good but not best incredients. The price is fair-not too much but don't exect a cheap meal. Recommend if other high rating restaurants are fully booked.
Fantastic food, quiet and elegant atmosphere in old Siena, impeccable and friendly service -- these folks know how to cook! We shared a cheese souffle that was PERFECTLY fluffy and flavorful, and then I had the best potato ("with just a little flour") gnocchi known to mankind. My husband had sea bass that had been stuffed with fresh thyme and baked to perfection; it was filleted/de-boned tableside. Equally delicious and perfectly prepared. The waitstaff was happy to explain to us how dishes were prepared and where ingredients came from. If you want a true Tuscan food experience, this is the place.
Dined there on a Sunday evening, and it was very busy, although service was great. We had a wild-boar pasta, chef salad, grilled beef, and grilled pork. All the food was well prepared. Salad was huge, better to share. Interior had some quirky details, lots of pieces of beveled mirror, but eclectic.