Reviews on Wine Bar food in Radda in Chianti, Province of Siena, Italy. Radda in Chianti is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Siena in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 35 kilometres (22 miles) southeast of Florence and about 15 km (9 miles) north of Siena.
Things to do in Radda in Chianti
4 based on 1049 reviews
Wine bar situated in the medieval Village of Volpaia in the heart of Chianti We kindly inform our guests that at the monent we are closed for holidays See you soon Paola
Amazing food at really low prices for this area. Beautiful setting and Paola makes it special - while we were there she was up on a chair picking figs from the tree to hand out to all the customers. A very special interlude for lunch. Shame you canât give six stars!
4 based on 260 reviews
In a charming local of the 1300s, there is the wine shop & wine bar of Casa Porciatti. Comfortably seated at the tables of the wine bar you can choose to accompany your wine with a platter of cured meats of our production, Tuscan cheeses and bruschetta, o
Tucked away down a quaint alley is this bastion of fine food and wine. We sat amongst a fabulous collection of wine of which many can be sampled for a small charge. The Borloti soup was thick and flavoursome, whilst the bruschetta with spinach, tomatoes and truffles just rocked. The pasta courses were spot on. The local pasta Pici served just with truffles and butter was as delicious as it was simple, whereas the Ravioli with pumpkin and ginger raised the roof. We sampled a couple of Chianti's which were as smooth as silk. There's a lovely relaxed atmosphere and our waiter spoke great English and was very passionate and knowledgeable about the local wines and cuisines. A totally memorable experience.
4 based on 812 reviews
Typical Tavern placed in the historical center. The menu offers a good selection of local products, bruschette, fresh pasta with different sauces, some meat dishes,salads,homemade desserts. Wide choice of Chianti Classico from local producers, also by the
We stopped into this great restaurant for lunch and were so pleased that we did. As we were seated, we were met by the smiling face of Monica, one of the owners.We ordered the bruschetta with the yummiest fresh tomatoes - wow - the best we have had in the Chianti region. We also ordered the pici con pepper with perocino cheese - the flavors just exploded in our mouthsAs we left, we also met her brother, David, the co owner. Beautiful experience - we will be back!
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