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We were welcomed by friendly staff and shown to an atmospheric side-street table.
We kicked off our meal with a lovely glass of prosecco - excellent value. This was followed by homemade bread which was delicious. Smallish menu but offering good choice and we thought...More
We arrived in Siena in the early evening after a long day in the Tuscan countryside. After checking into our hotel we searched for a small, intimate restaurant off the crowded streets of the city. Osteria Le Sorelline caught our attention as we watched a...More
We ate twice at the restaurant . The ladies working there were wonderful, theywere very nice. They squeezed us in on short notice the second time we came. The food is wonderful. I especially liked the tagliatelle with truffles.
The owner of our B&B recommended this restaurant, and we're glad she did. My entree, pici with pancetta, walnuts and cream, was delicious. The fried chicken and artichoke dish was tasty, though too much fried food for my companion to fully enjoy. Desserts were exceptional:...More
We´re a couple from Barcelona and we ate twice at Osteria Le Sorelline nine months ago and had to go back (twice!) at our most recent trip (this time with another family member). All the food is home-made, from the bread to the pastas to...More
We went there for diner and we appreciated the possibility to eat late. The dinner was just perfect with fresh quality Italian products and home made pasta. The waitress was very nice. The price remains very reasonable give what we took. The decoration is very...More
Or so they say - since we sat at a table and, after few minutes, the waitress came and said we should leave cause they are full. We asked why they have tables then - so that people sit and afterwards to be rushed outside?...More