Find out what Wine Bar restaurants to try in Serravalle Pistoiese including Secco - Pistoia, Nati Stanchi Enoteca, CasaMia Bistrot, Caciodivino, La Vineria no 4
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5 based on 135 reviews
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I had a dinner here with my friends, a group of 9, on a saturday night. Reservation is highly recommended especially if you want to seat indoor, where the are few tables.The place is nice though quite noisy and hot. Maybe outside is more comfortable when the weather is good.The service is quite professional but friendly.The wine offer is very good but they need to elevate the kitchen offer. If they want people to dine here and not stop for just a glass of wine, they need to drastically increase the portion sizes, especially for main dishes which are absolutelly too tiny.Once they fix the issue about dishes size, they'll offer a good service at the right price. Absolutelly deserving a second chance.
5 based on 311 reviews
Breads and tartares combined with excellent wines per glass in a very welcoming environment. Again inspired by Tripadvisor, this bio restaurant knows how good taste and smiles bring out the best in people. We found mostly locals; the place doesn't shout out on the streets for customers. But do come in and put on your smile! The rest will follow, even if you speak French mixed with some Italian ;) We'd love to come back!
4 based on 207 reviews
Just had dinner here at their new venue in Bristol. Are they trying for two Michelin Stars? Menu was outstanding as ever but seemed better than ever.Atmosphere and decor is better. Some of the fifteen dishes were "stand out" dishes - the mackerel risotto was packed with flavour it's go there again soon for the summer menu
4 based on 774 reviews
Selezioniamo le migliori produzioni di salumi quali il prosciutto Pata Negra, la cinta Senese, ed altre prelibatezze che, assieme ad una gran scelta di formaggi, siamo Locale del Buon Formaggio, le presentiamo su Gran Plateau e le utilizziamo per gustosis
In a pedestrian street into the Pistoia city center as "Via del Lastrone" is, short but lined by restaurants, you may not notice the peculiarity of "Caciodivino". But we turned there, in a crowded Sunday in September, because we were just looking for this property. And we have to confirm the overall positive opinion given by the majority of reviewers.We opted for a first course and a main dish. I chose tortelloni stuffed with "burrata" (a kind of mozzarella cheese typical of Puglia), with olive sauce, and with tomatoes chopped in small pieces. My wife preferred "pici" pasta, with a delightful pesto sauce and soft cheese.As a main dish, we both chose the "terrine", ie egg with soft cheese cooked in a terracotta pan. I have also asked for a grilled vegetables' dish.All the dishes seemed to be made with top quality ingredients and carefully cooked. Just the portion of "pici" pasta seemed to my wife a bit small.The wine we have been recommended, a Sangiovese called "Prunideo" (because it grows in the middle of the prunes), was great; we ordered a glass each.The bill paid for two people (including, besides the quoted items, a bottle of water and two coffees) was 66 euros.Very courteous service by the two girls at the tables.It is advisable to book (we have found two seats just for chance).
4 based on 325 reviews
We had lunch here upon arriving in Pistoia at around 13.30. We ordered several ciabattas, including with grilled eggplant, with brie cheese, and with ham and mozzarella, as well as a Caesar salad. The food was wonderful, the staff were friendly and the prices more than reasonable. A great choice!
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