Enjoy our traditional Tuscan cuisine with farm-to-table ingredients, where everything is homemade.
Our philosophy of Tuscan cuisine
Sometimes images appear that take me back to my childhood, memories where I as a curious and greedy child am in the kitchen where my dear mother Maria with mastery would pull the pasta sheet strictly by hand to make her wonderful ravioli (which we children appreciated more uncooked than cooked) or her maccheroni (that’s what tagliatelle was called in my house).
Father set the table whistling contentedly because later the dearest relatives would arrive with whom we could spend a nice day.
The years have passed and many, but throughout my life I have always tried to bring back to my family this good feeling of all of us being together eating good homemade things, and perhaps I have succeeded because I have taken them all “by the throat” and even with food I have told them how much I love them.
What I wanted to do in this small restaurant is precisely this: prepare simple, genuine things made with love, because this in my opinion is the secret “cooking with love.”
— Stefania —
Savor every bite and let yourself be transported on a unique and unforgettable culinary journey.
Indulge your palate with typical dishes prepared with love and skill by our chefs, using fresh, organic, locally sourced, and high-quality ingredients.
We offer you our traditional cuisine but with the right note of personalization
The restaurant offers authentic and genuine cuisine, based on local and organic ingredients.
The menu changes with the seasons to ensure fresh and high-quality products. Among the house specialties, stand out dishes featuring Chianina beef, pork, and Cinta Senese, locally produced cheeses and cold cuts, homemade pasta with “Senatore Cappelli” flours, a local mill that still grinds with stones, multigrain bread, and the delicious buckwheat flatbread. Additionally, there are vegetarian and vegan options to cater to every dietary need. All of this is accompanied by a wide selection of local and national wines.
You can choose between a fixed menu or à la carte for dinner, while a light lunch is available for lunch.
The restaurant from 1 November 2023 to 29 February 2024 will be open every SATURDAY and SUNDAYS for lunch from 12.30pm – 2pm and dinner from 6pm – 10pm. To book:
Don’t miss the enchanting sunset over the Tuscan hills while enjoying an aperitivo in our garden.
We recommend the “Aperitivo Golosone”:
drink + a platter of cold cuts and cheeses with “coccoli” (fried dough bites), bread, “schiacciata” (Tuscan buckwheat flatbread pizza) and dry snacks.
From Monday to Sunday from 6 pm (except for Tuesday).