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Che dire, non il solito ristornate con i soliti pici al ragÃ¹ e la solita tagliata. Il menu Ã¨ sfizioso e particolare, la presentazione Ã¨ pari a quella di un ristorante stellato. Piatti molto buoni e di alta qualitÃ (consiglio il crudo di pesce). Ambiente molto accogliente e curato nei dettagli. Ci voleva un posto come questo che non offre, appunto, la solita zuppa.
Il bar di Abbadia Ã¨ diventato anche ristorante.Completamente ristrutturato, sono rimaste intatte la qualitÃ¡ dei prodotti e la gioia di vivere delle proprietarie.Ad agosto... sempre pieno. Complimenti.
4 based on 303 reviews
La Taverna del Pian delle Mura welcomed us with their honest, warm hospitality and bounty of earthly cuisine made with ingredients most of which are biological and sourced from the Monte Amiata region. To start we had the carpaccio of chianina, deliciously tender beef at its best.. then enjoyed an assortment of pasta, such as pici (fat, flatish type of spaghetti from the Siena region) with cherries and prosciutto, tortelli di ricotta al ragÃ¹ bugiardo (tortelli filled with ricotta and served with a white ragu) (the tortelli was our favourite) and then a succulent oven roasted rabbit stuffed with ham and herbaceous rosemary. As sides we had sauteed dandelion leaves - the bitterness of which is great for digesting the rich food, and the zucchine, which were great qua flavour, but perhaps a bit too over-oiled. We were washing this down with the house wine, excellent for a house: a Rosso Montalcino, a fruitsome (cherry) red with that a nice dusty plum twist of an everyday sangiovese.Although quite satiated, we carried on into desserts, soft almond cakes doused in hand made custard accompanied by an array of self or locally produced liquores, including one made from dogs rose (Rosa canina) or one that we especially liked made from blue Hydrangea petals. I imagine it would be a delight to return in autumn when one can feast on their culinary art using locally procured harvest of porcini and castagne (mushrooms and chestnuts) and to try also the strozzapreti made with chestnut flour, among much else. We will, we shall, we must return!
4 based on 143 reviews
Recommended by our hotel we are in this restaurant twice. A typical Italian restaurant and it seemed to be rather popular among locals. They have a good choice of different pizzas, but my choice was pasta with seafood as a starter and pork the first evening and seafood antipasto as a starter and beefsteak the other. Nice and artistic desert. The portions were very tasty, but rather small and as often in Italy, you'll need to order potatoes or whatever you wish separately . Friendly service.
4 based on 748 reviews
What should I say about estaurant Anna? I like EVERYTHING about it: friendly atmosphere, cordiality of owners, speed of service, the great Monte Amiata. But above all there is the heart of the success of this restaurant: food is the KING. Every meal is absolutely at highest level.
4 based on 224 reviews
Family run restaurant, rustic atmosphere ideal for families, thanks to the large garden for children to play. Our restaurant offers an outstanding view of the Tower of Radicofani and the town of Abbadia San Salvatore, in an environment far from town. The
We had lunch at this restaurant on Tuesday mid March. We were the only tourists. All others were locals. All of us had a pasta dish. They were all just perfect and quite huge.The restaurant is located in the woods just outside Abaddia. We can higly recommend this restaurant and it is not expensive.
4 based on 311 reviews
After a hard day i had scaloppine al limone with roastet potatoes... an incredible and delicious dish with a wonderful house wine and a lovely desert. Must see :)
4 based on 385 reviews
We tried this restaurant for dinner. I had the pici pasta with ragu and my wife went for the lasagna. Both were good if unspectacular. Adequate is how I would describe it.
4 based on 245 reviews
Locale che propone oltre 70 tipi di pizza.. Primi piatti fatti a mano antipasti , fritti, insalatone, tagliate, dolci fatti totalmente in casa. Il locale puÃ² contenere circa 140 persone., tra il gazebo esterno sempre accessibile anche in inverno essendo s
It is a simple restaurant but with real Italian food. If you chose pasta they will serve it " al dente" if you want a bit more cooked you should ask for it. The house wine is good and cheap. Good relation price / quality.
4 based on 419 reviews
We had our most memorable meal of our trip here - mainly because it was in a forest up a mountain, at the bottom of a ski run. Food is plain and hearty, very decent and designed for cold and hungry hikers. Service is friendly, not fast. Cosy atmosphere with smoke from the fire. We had a wander round, and then drove further up the mountain. Some very smart holiday homes. Ski lifts look in need of serious maintenance.
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