Discover Restaurants offering the best Central-Italian food in Lucignano, Province of Arezzo, Italy. Lucignano is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Arezzo in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 70 kilometres (43 mi) southeast of Florence and about 25 kilometres (16 mi) southwest of Arezzo. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 3,483 and an area of 44.9 square kilometres (17.3 sq mi).
Things to do in Lucignano
4 based on 555 reviews
This restaurant is a bit off the regular tourist trip paths, but the food was phenomenal! Apparently, the little Italian grandmother makes the desserts and she was tickled when she came out and we applauded her cooking! We had steak that was to die for and the rest of the food was great and their was good choices for wine. Nice family atmosphere!
4 based on 295 reviews
Family run restaurant from two generations, Santorotto offers freshely cooked traditional Tuscan food and a selected wine list to compliment the food. Specialising in 'Fiorentina' (big cut steak from the local breed of particularly big cows, called Chiani
The owner cooks himself. The antipasti platter, turkey and beef accompanied by vegetables was the best italien food we ever had. Ask for the vino rosso della casa. The charming waitress is the owners wife. We had a great evening for reasonable prices.
We came for some drinks after a long shopping day. All service personnel was very friendly and helpful. Drinks tasted excellent and there is a nice choice of great wines. Is this a helpful review? Then please give me a "Thumbs up Thank FrankGeisler" by clicking the button below.
5 based on 538 reviews
Sit a mixed group of twenty or so around one large table and the ambiance is that of a big family gathering. Many different delicacies are brought to the table, a seemingly endless stream of tasty seasonal dishes, all prepared by Cristina who is passionat
Le Bindi is located in the historical heart of Monte San Savino, surrounded by the stone walls of the old decorated city with the beautiful narrow alleys which travel you back in time.The menu is different than the usual. The creativity of chef Cristina is undoubtfully incomparable. I have tried many times the Italian cuisine, only that tonight, everything I ate, from appetizers to soup and main meal were completely new tastes. The food was more than amazing, everything homemade and only seasonal vegetables used. I had red wine, typical of the region and one of the best I ever had. They have an impressive wine list and a cellar with a very big variety from which you can choose. Service was also excellent. Paolo was very helpful, attentive, and literally faultless. We were the only foreigners and he translated everything to us and made us feel very good. I donât have something bad to comment about the whole experience, I will only give you one tip: come as much hungry you can, this restaurant offers both QUALITY and QUANTITY!
4 based on 447 reviews
Wow! What an experience! Dining alfresco in the middle of the town square. The owner and host Massimo is a talented chef who is committed to Slow Food preparation as well as locally sourced ingredients and keeping to the tradition of historic cuisine. My favorite quality of Massimo is his storytelling. He had a story, some going back centuries, for nearly each item on the menu. No one does this! Wow! We wanted to try everything and did order 4 different pastas for the table as well as 4 different entre's to taste too. The wines were well paired and local. The dessert was a mascarpone creme with biscuits. The prices were reasonable. Would I dine here again? Yes, of course. Would I recommend it others? Yes, of course.
4 based on 775 reviews
I love this place, it is our constant destination when in the area for work (which is often). We come Spring, summer, fall and it is always delicious. They have great pasta, especially tartufo, but I always choose their pizza because it's delicious. I love that they have taste options that do not have meat. It is my favorite pizza this far north in Italy and I make sure to bring anyone visiting to the area.
4 based on 339 reviews
We were in the small town of Fiona Della Chianti headed to an old favorite restaurant for dinner. It was already 9PM and we learned they were closed for a private party. We turned to Trip Advisor for a recommendation and headed towards this Oesteria on a dark lonely road out of town. What an amazing and pleasant surprise. The food and wine were wonderful and the service even more so. The proprietress taught us so much about the organic produce on their farm, how they plan the menu around it and what they are now planting for a winter garden. Their onion soup was so special. The Aubergine , tomato, burrata and anchovy starter was amazing. Such a lovely evening.
4 based on 923 reviews
Creating a cooking philosophy cannot be done in a short time. Susanna and Fabrizio to build their culinary definition started off from family tradition; thereafter their aim partially changed reaching a new balance between tradition and innovation. Of pri
Friendly staff and good range of beautifully prepared and tasty dishes as always. Quality of the food is high and definitely value for money, with a good range of affordable wines. Service generally good but for the main course, one of our party was not served for quite some time after the others, which was disappointing. Well worth a visit and booking beforehand.
4 based on 261 reviews
We have visited Locanda del Baraccotto at 25 of September. It was wedding dinner of our beloved friends.... So, the atmosphere was really cozy and romantic. All stuff were helpful and friendly. Homemade Ravioli with ricotta and pine nuts were delicious!!! Don't miss this place if you will be Lucignano!
4 based on 453 reviews
This is (among other things) a great spot to take a lunch break when driving the A1. It's easy to reach, the food is excellent and it's cheap. We had good pastas (inc. vongole, as it was on the weekend) and tagliati.
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