Reviews on Central-Italian food in Monticchiello, Pienza, Province of Siena including Rosso Vivo Pizzeria Verace, Ristorante Daria, La Guardiola, Osteria La Porta, Taverna di Bronzone, Poderuccio, Sette di Vino, La taverna di Re Artu, La Buca di Enea, Trattoria Fiorella
4 based on 1520 reviews
During our very quick visit to Pienza, we had lunch here. Very good pasta and gnocchi. Small cozy place, good and quick service.
4 based on 1947 reviews
We ate here with an organised tour. The staff were excellent the food was very well priced and the pici pasta very good. I can recommend this restaurant. Nothing over fancy but excellent value
4 based on 465 reviews
We were looking for a place for lunch that was a little different. This place fit the bill. We sat at a sunny table outside and had the fondue (melted pecorino with truffle oil--amazing!), a crostini and a plate of vegetables. A couple of glasses of Brunello di Montalcino and we had a delightful meal. The owner was very helpful and accommodating. The food was prepared fresh and with care. There are vegan selections available.
4 based on 2644 reviews
We love this little place. Owner and staff are so friendly, and the food is wonderful. You must try his bean soup.
5 based on 331 reviews
We really enjoyed the food and wine on our first night in Pienza. Will we be able to better it? I doubt it. We had cheese on toast to start but so nice with truffle or walnuts with it. Then followed by the pica ragu or boar pasta. All great
4 based on 83 reviews
Bronzone era un personaggio comico del primo spettacolo estivo portato in scena dal Teatro Povero nellâestate del 1967: Lâeroina di Monticchiello. Bronzone era un uomo del popolo di modi decisi ma di valori solidi, cosÃ come popolari sono i piatti che si
This Place is located in a large arched room under the church. Simple wooden benches, tables and many local Italians. The dishes donât alter a lot; but this is not bad. Good local food, good value for money. Picci and Roast beef were perfect.We want to thank you for this review.Our restaurant is a typical place where we wanted to leave an authentic trace, inside the crypt of the medieval church, with paper tablecloths and dishes with ancient flavors: a real typical restaurant to truly savor the Tuscan culture!
4 based on 2017 reviews
The tavern is located in proximity of the entrance door of Monticchiello, a nice medieval village near Pienza.With its few places (it is better to reserve), it proposes an elegant room, furnished with taste in typical tuscan style, it is comfortable and f
Ordinary food. So-so service. Fantastic sunset view if one is lucky enough to have one of the three terrace edge tables. There is a small park right in front of the terrace where one can enjoy the view without dining at the restaurant.FOOD: 3.0. Ordinary. One diner described the taste as pre-made and then warmed up. Later when our agriturismo host heard that we dined here, he frowned and said "micro-waved" food.- Risotto orzo: 2.5- Gnocchetti di patate: 3.0- Guancia di manzo: 3.0SERVICE: 3.0. One server was very considerate and worked hard to provide a good experience. When we entered the restaurant he had us wait while he cleared an edge terrace table that had just been vacated. The other two servers were indifferent. That balances out to 3 stars.AMBIANCE:- for those without an edge terrace table: 3.0- for those lucky few who have an edge terrace table: 4.5
4 based on 394 reviews
"La Guardiola", is the name of the new lounge bar of Monticchiello, which, in conjunction with the B & B La casa di Adelina, offers to locals and visitors of Val d'Orcia a service worthy of a breathtaking and unique in the world that is part of UNESCO fro
Awesome view from this small, delicious wine bar/restaurant at the entry to Monticchiello town. It was a very cold spring day and we were tired from our travels so the Ribollita soup and beef stew were warm and just what we needed. La Guardiola has a great wine selection, you can even purchase bottles and take out, which we did. Great spot to enjoy a lovely light meal and the gelato is to die for.
4 based on 579 reviews
A new restaurant in this unspoiled mediaeval hill town. It is run by Deborah, the charming daughter of Daria, owner of Monticchiello's famed La Porta. I hosted a wedding eve dinner there on July 7th - the first big party Deborah had catered. The food, win
Everything started great. We were served a glass of wine and a basket of bread immediately upon seating. After that, Daria came and took our ordered. The food was delicious (with the exception of dessert and espresso). After we were provided our entrees the service went completely downhill. We had to chase down a server for more wine, to clear our plates (after sitting there over 30 minutes), to see the dessert menu, etc. We noticed the larger groups getting treated very well yet the couples not that great. This really put a damper on the experience.Overall not sure I'd recommend. The food was great but the poor service isn't worth it.
4 based on 1284 reviews
This is the pizza you write home about. Perfect in every way. Makes even the best Napoli style pizza back home in Toronto disappointing. We had the margherita and the cappriciosa (with some lovely anchovies). Amazing. The place has no table service and seems to be a combination grocery and pizzeria. You order at the check out counter on the way in and give them your name. When the pizzas are ready they call your name...as pronounced in the local dialect, so listen carefully!!! Also just grab drinks from the cooler on the left...when you're done, pay at the check out counter. It was slightly confusing but the effort was completely worth it.
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