Discover Restaurants offering the best Central-Italian food in Castelmuzio, Province of Siena, Italy including Il Barrino - l'Ombelico del Mondo, Ristorante Ritorno di Fiamma, Locanda di Casal Mustia, Il Madonnino Dei Monti, Fondo, Al Botteghino, La Fonte, Sette di Vino, Ristorante Conte Matto, Poderuccio
5 based on 332 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 662 reviews
Great restaurant with amazing views - perfect for a long and leisurely meal while relaxing in the Tuscan countryside. Home made pasta, cheese platters and desserts were perfect. Grazie!
4 based on 2645 reviews
We love this little place. Owner and staff are so friendly, and the food is wonderful. You must try his bean soup.
4 based on 966 reviews
L'agriristoro Ã¨ il ristorante dell'azienda agricola. Noi siamo agricoltori felici di fare gli onori di casa e presentare la tradizione e le specialitÃ della nostra terra. Abbiamo il piacere di guidare i nostri ospiti alla scoperta di alcuni piatti tipici
The place is warm and so is the welcoming staff.The meals are made of local qualitative products and for reasonable prices. The first dishes (mainly pastas) and second dishes (mainly meat) are delicious. Special mention to the Fiorentina! And the desserts are amazing and homemade: tiramisu, chocolate cake with ricotta, apple and walnut pie.You will definitel enjoy your diner at Ristoro La Fonte
4 based on 319 reviews
Because it's good, it's busy, usually with locals, which is always a good sign. Daniel is a friendly English speaking manager, his partner is a wonderful cook. My wife says the Picci with beef Ragu is the best she's ever had and we've been going to Italy for 10 years. The Steaks are wonderfull in fact we've never had a bad meal yet and we've eaten there often. I've never tried one but the Pizzas look fantastic too. The name if the place is Il Botteghino so there may be another page elsewhere. We eat here at least twice a year.
5 based on 57 reviews
A superb restaurant in wonderful surroundings! I would heartily recommend Fondo to anyone who appreciates excellent food and wine as well as attentive service and a pleasant atmosphere. Everything is impressive in this establishment, from the stylishly furnished yet cosy dining room to the quality of the ingredients and the tablesâ visual presentation. Every element of the dishes is freshly prepared by chef Sara, down to basics such as the divine charcoal grissini. The menu combines locally sourced high quality ingredients and traditional elements with imaginative touches. For starters, we had empanadas with Chianina mince and a supplÃ¬ with buffalo mozzarella and peppers tomato sauce. Both our main courses were perfectly executed: a tender beef fillet with red chianti salt, paprika leaves and fresh vegetables, and a pulled pork dish in an unforgettably soft, home baked bun. The wine that Sabina, the restaurant manager, suggested for us - a bottle of local, 2016 Ribollito made according to a special traditional technique - went very well with all our dishes. The cakes were no less delicious: a delicate, velvety tiramisÃ¹ and a Sicilian cannolo with ricotta filling, chopped pistachios and a sprinkling of coffee powder that was to die for. Considering the high quality of both food and wine, prices are very reasonable. We shall definitely come back - hopefully soon!
4 based on 160 reviews
For local food at a good price this takes some beating .Generous portions but no compromise on quality .Excellent value house wines and a good selection of traditional dishes .We both enjoyed anti pasti followed by grilled lamb with mint . All good .Friendly attentive service .Try it .Roger and Sara Mitchell
4 based on 107 reviews
I persuaded my other half to pay the 25 euro per head additional fee to eat up on the roof and WOW was it worth it. The restaurant serves great food and wine at very reasonable prices and we got to sit at our own table on the highest point for miles, watching the sunset. The additional fee is because staff have to trek up about five flights of stairs (no lift) to bring food and clear plates, and once you do it yourself you realise this is no mean feat... The space is generous up there and could seat more than 2 people. My other half doesn't love heights but because of the sea of little houses below it does not feel too high. The staff recommended a start time to coincide perfectly with sundown. The only very, very minor downside on the roof was the A/C unit outlet, which was a little noisy at times. This was the best meal of our trip and we would definitely go again. We have been raving to friends about it. I recommend the peppery traditional stew, which was new for me and absolutely delicious!
4 based on 111 reviews
Do not miss this restaurant! I know a lot of reviews say this, but it was genuinely the best meal weâve had in Italy so far. After tons of pasta and pizza we wanted something flavorful but with less starch and gluten. I had the grilled veggie platter and it was fantastic! My partner tried a pasta (very thick and fought, yum) and my dad had the tuna with peaches, nice and light. The house wine was great, and the desserts divine. We had to restrain ourselves from licking our plates. I also loved the atmosphere (a sweet, well lit patio), and the waitress who described each dish in detail. Prices were affordable.
4 based on 416 reviews
I promised to come again when in the region ... so we did . As it was a Friday evening we made a reservation for an early start . The chef is passionated by his profession and and passes this on to the customer . When it is a full house you need some patience but it is worth it . We had the first oil of the season yummy , could not be fresher and tastier . The chef explains in English or Italian what he proposes and it is goooood . We try to go for the plates that are from the region and unknown to us and never disappointed . C U next time Gianluca .
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