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4 based on 33 reviews
The hosts looked tipsy and brought everything we ordered in double amounts. Pastas were small, served on paper plates and did not taste good at all. The mixed meats platter, however, was of good quality and fresh. 13â¬ for 12 slices is still not a great deal.
4 based on 354 reviews
The chef looks like he can't decide between being an artist, a pirate or both. The decor suggests a bit of a pyschodelic bric a brac shop. But, fortunately, he knows what he is doing in the kitchen. We were very content with a pasta dish and a glass of wine on a rainy Tuesday afternoon. We started as the only two customers even thought it was late. More folks drifted in. My main concern was the WC. It is accessed down some dark and rickety stairs and through a very weird series of storage and sitting rooms. When you get there, there is little bulb in the ceiling; no soap, no paper towels, toilet paper will have to do we are literally and figuratively in the dark about cleanliness. Is this where the kitchen staff makes their ablutions? Hopefully, they have a sink and soap closer to home.Despite the obvious economic sustenance of the town and area's wine region, the place looks like it is in difficult times. The city is a bit scruffy, but still seems safe. I'm glad we were just passing through.Thank you Ulisse4 for your review, and I must compliment you for your sensitivity in the art of observation! yes I studied art and I wanted to be a painter but then I chose to work in restaurants going around so many countries around the world, also doing the cook on boats cruising the Mediterranean and crossing the Atlantic Ocean to get to the Caribbean, so you absolutely reason I feel a little cook a little artist and a little pirate! the "style" of the restaurant a little bric a brac and psychedelic is also this part of me and my partner because we have been doing art and antiques dealers for years. For your disappointment on the bathrooms you're absolutely right and as you may have noticed that we are just in a phase of restructuring ... so if you come back you'll find everything fine!as for the country of Scansano perhaps I would say that you have been conditioned by the sad and rainy day that made you see a village in decline ...... no Scansano is not portofino and not even Capri, Scansano is a small village Tuscan still true and genuine that is slowly opening up to tourism, more than economic crisis we have a cultural crisis ... but this applies to all of Europe! Thanks again for being our guest and if you come back here I hope to see you again for another spaghetti carbonara! Salut mon capitaineE.L.F il pirata ;)
4 based on 447 reviews
Typical "toscano" friendly service in this restaurant, serving good food (antipasti, primi, and secondi were all very good). The "tortelli" are definitely worth trying (regardless of which sauce), the "ribollita" soup or a steak are worth trying as well.We didn't have problems in finding a place, but reserving a table may be a good choice.
4 based on 860 reviews
We stopped here for a quick dinner...cheese, mixed salumi and wine all 100% local. Simone and crew are very good at what they do. We had our dinner downstairs where the cantina is properly set up as an old style tuscan/italian kitchen with sharing tables where you can steal advice from the regulars of The Salumeria. We highly recommend this place! Prices are very reasonable...said from an Italian!Dario&Abi
5 based on 37 reviews
A confortable small restaurant and cafÃ¨ where to try typical dishes of Tuscanian Maremma. Available for personalised menu with meat and fish. It's also a grocery store where to buy quality local products and coffee and tea room.
Alberto and Daniele are the coolest guys. Faced with impossibly de lupus choices, I asked Alberto to make me a special sandwich. he laughed and made me a "Panino Alberto" which was Tuscan salami and pecorino. I swear I've never tasted any sandwich so good. It's the only store in the village and is full of life.
Wide selection of typical Tuscan dishes cooked with particular attention to the innovations of contemporary culinary culture. You can choose our dishes from the Menu or you can leave the choice to our brillant chef.
Ristorante Terra Nera, takes its name from the dark "color" of the earth around Grosseto. land that gives unique flavors, like the oil produced by the same company that you can taste on excellent meat dishes. excellent fresh homemade pasta. excellent service. the wine cellar is also well stocked with white wines from the Grosseto hills, true uniqueness for the palate.Thank you so much for your visit, was a pleasure. We are happy to hear that you were be well here with us and that you liked the tipical food and wine that we have proposed you. thank you for the nice description and useful comment!
4 based on 88 reviews
What can I say? We have been there dozens of times and still we think he makes the best pizza there is. You can watch him. He is a maestro. It's cozy in winter and in the summer you eat your pizza under a vine pergola. And watch the sunset...sublime. And it's a great thing to go away without having spent a lot. Oh, another thing. Just try to pizza with apple and cinnamon and mascarpone. Sprinked with brown sugar. Just do it.
4 based on 287 reviews
At lunch and at dinner in the warm months you can sit outside under an arbour and eat delicious fish in an area where meat is the norm. We live nearby and have been going there for years, on our way up from Grosseto to Scansano. It is very much a local restaurant and the proprietors are known to everyone. We love it.Thank you so much for the review. I expect you soon. regards Alessandro
5 based on 492 reviews
This restaurant is really out of the way but definitely make a detour if you can. Delightful reception from the owner/chef and a truly astonishing meal at very reasonable prices. Tuscan food raised to an exceptional level with subtle flavours and local specialities. We followed Paula's recommendation and were served a variety of home made pasta followed by guinea fowl. Altogether an outstanding dinner even in an area renowned for its memorable food.
4 based on 52 reviews
Salumeria, Gastronomia, Ristorante e Shop Market. - Colazioni artigianali dolci e salate - Pranzo con piatti prodotti nel nostro laboratorio (sempre disponibili zuppe, primi, secondi, contorni e dessert del giorno - Banco Salumeria, Formaggi, Gastronomia
Had time to kill while waiting for shops to open and chanced on this place. My friend had to visit her dentist upstairs and it was the perfect place to enjoy a capoucino and pastry ehile waiitng for her. They also offer fresh pressed juice (ginger and orange, a perfect wake up call to the system). My friend who finished her checkup, joined me and agreed it was the perfect coffee shop ever. They also do a wonderful plate of their cheeses and salami for you if needed. Free wifi a bonus.
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