Reviews on Italian food in Bagno Vignoni, Province of Siena, Italy including La Piazzetta, Osteria Perilla', Osteria del Leone, La Cisterna nel Borgo, Il Loggiato, Il Cerchio delle Streghe, La Terrazza, Osteria Porcellum, La Bottega di Portanuova, Intralci Wine Bar
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4 based on 202 reviews
Just wanted a quick pit stop meal, and saw this small place with its interesting menus on chalkboards outside, and a table in the street opened up so we pounced, and were glad we did. The waiter had good English, nd we were able to chat a little. The wine was tempting but as I was driving I stuck to Water. My wife had a very good Duck Salad,good flavour and good portion, and I had an anchovy and pesto Bruschetta. Really tasty. Recommended
5 based on 242 reviews
Cheese and Salami from local Farms, Italian Craft Beer, wines form family-run wineries,, natural wines and organic food. We select the best Tuscan products and we share with you what we love. Come and try!!
It's a local delicatessen. Very small place - we ate plates of local cheese and sausage. It was great. The people there were extremely nice and gave us explanations regarding out order. I highly recommend the place - a true and very nice taste of the area.
4 based on 459 reviews
We had a nice lunch at the Osteria Porcellum in Bagno Vignoni (delicious melted speziato cheese with veggies grigliata) and a glass of Vino Nobile for me and Chardonnay for my husband. Lovely presentation and friendly service. You can also buy local delicacies in this Osteria. They are pretty expensive but good for a gift and good memories.
4 based on 455 reviews
We have been coming here during August for over 8 years now. The setting is always perfect. The food is very good. Yes, sometimes their service might not be the quickest, but the vista and ambiance needs to be enjoyed and when the food arrives (which really is never a long wait at all) it makes the perfect meal. The staff are very accommodating and their wine list is comprehensive and not ridiculously expensive, unlike some of its neighbours.
4 based on 495 reviews
Nice place, great views over the Orcia valley close to the restaurant, good food (traditional but creative) and nice waiter (dynamic and enterteining even though he was tired). My daughter liked the pappardelle/tagliatelle very much, she even took two portions of them. It's a family businness (like many) with the passion of doing it and you feel it.
4 based on 670 reviews
Tucked away off a corner of the pool that is the main square here, this small eatery serves mainly small, tasty, inventive plates. We had a local sausage and cabbage, an incredibly tasty baked in balsamic vinegar onion, and a bread with tuna. This is a welcome change from the usual first and second. Service was prompt and helpful. If it's a hot day consider eating inside as you step down into the cool stone cellar, but if not, enjoy the street view of the square/pool.
4 based on 435 reviews
A group of us were walking one stage of the Via Francigena. Our accommodation was also organised by La Cisterna nel Borgo. We were warmly welcomed by the very vivacious Marta, who was extremely helpful. Dinner was delicious and wine excellent. The restaurant was very atmospheric.
4 based on 803 reviews
The Osteria del Leone, as documents testify, has always been part of the life of this ancient village. Located in one of the townâs oldest houses on the corner of Via dei Mulini and the square with the thermal pool, it has four welcoming, hospitable rooms
We visted on a Saturday night and expected it to be busy which it was. The service was warm and greeting however, service staff was limited and the waiting after being seated was extensive. The staff (only counted 3 for service) were exceptional under the circumstance.That being said the food was excellent and the ravioli with white truffle sauce was exceptional, I'd say the best I've ever eaten. Our appetizers and main course were great.Thank you Ray, all perfect, excellent, but you gave us only 3 out of 5!!! Why have you been so severe?Best regards.Antonio Cassisi
4 based on 287 reviews
We are a 1 Michelin starred Gourmet Restaurant located in Rocca d'Orcia, wonderful small village in Tuscany, very close to Montalcino and Pienza in the countryside of Siena.
This small but delightful restaurant is serving great tasting innovative food. There is a choice of degustation or a la carte. We ordered degustation with wine suggested by the sommelier from the quite comprehensive wine menu. All the food was beautifully presented and served professionally by attentive staff. Fabio the maÃ®tre de speaks excellent English.Chef Massimo Corrado has one Michelin star heading for two!Gnocchi with cauliflower, foie gras with roasted scampi just two examples of his great dishes. On a good sit outside and booking is recommended.
4 based on 41 reviews
The internal dining room is cosy and sophisticated, perfect for a candle-lit dinner; in good weather you can enjoy the chefâs delicious meals outdoors in the square, a must in this lost angle of paradise. Homemade pasta, tenderloin, fillets, bistecca alla
This restaurant did many things badly and some very good. The bean soup was excellent, the ravioli were dry and the sauce was watery, the bistecca was tough and chewy but tasty with peppercorns., and the tiramisu was tasty. The waiter could have been more attentive as he forgot to bring our bottle of water. Very cheap with the fork discount.Dear guest, with pleasure we read your comment, we are happy to know that you enjoyed our kitchen, we are sorry that some dishes were not to your liking, as far as the waiter's attention is concerned, we will certainly be more careful.If you want to return, you will always be welcome. Kind regards, The Staff.
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