Good food. Nice and quiet with good service and local good wines. Pasta with truffle was amazing and also the tartar.
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I recently stayed in Lucignano for three weeks. During this time I went three times to La Tavernetta. The last time was the best when ten of us arranged for them to order in rabbit to be cooked specially for us. The sauce was tomato...More
We happened across this restaurant while cycling. It was unexpectedly good. The service was friendly, the wines (from the hill opposite) were excellent, and the food was generous and tasty. The selection of seasonal starters in particular.
We had a take from each menu section (with the exception of secondi) and were very satisfied to amazed. We highly recommend antipasti vegetariani, although I suspect the components may vary depending on the season. Tagliatelle con tartuffo were outstanding and so were the desserts,...More
Location is very nice. View from terrace is great. Personnel wasn't unfriendly, but not overly friendly either. Food was a bit of a dissapointment. The meat was very chewy. I couldn't finish it. There are better restaurants in Lucignano..
The food and service was good. The service friendly. The terrace overlooking the old wall was a comfortable place to have a summer lunch. We tried some local wines specific to this area which were quite good,
The welcome was warm, there was a lovely terrace overlooking the edge of town & surprisingly good food. Salad was a huge bowl of fresh ingredients including creamy mozzarella, chicken came with fragrant rosemary roasted potatoes & lambs lettuce. With coffee, beer & mineral water,...More
Lunch for 8 here on a hot summer day. Very happy for an air conditioned dining room. Service was excellent, attentive and prompt. Food was really good and good value as well. We tried the local pasta (pici), veal carpaccio, grilled pepper, courgette and aubergine...More
Second year in a row thus restaurant surprised us with very nice food, a nice view, great wine and very good service!!
Situated in the medieval hilltop town of Lucignano, with views from their terrace across the Tuscan landscape. Spacious indoor dining as well. Intimate atmosphere. Great young lady chef, passionate about her food and wine. They managed superbly with our large group of 12. Excellent selection...More