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The restaurant is located inside the archeological complex, which means that its costumers are generally not terribly demanding - mainly visitors to the Etruscan necropolis who have spent a long time in the relentless Tuscan sun and are now looking for any place to get...some food and refreshments. Consequently, the restaurant can afford to charge higher than average prices for meals that are by no means bad but are not remarkable either.More
Gaetano and his partners have developed dining perfection in a location at the Archeological Park in the Golfo di Baratti in Piombino. All ingredients are fresh especially the fish which is line caught and served daily direct from the boats. The produce is all local...too. They make fresh pasta. And there is a pastry chef on staff who makes the most amazing desserts especially the Etruscan baked cheesecake. The wines are local and intoxicating. Best of all was our server Gaetano who watched over us, chatted, made great recommendations and treated us royally. The prices are all reasonable. Would I dine here again? Yes, of course. Would I recommend it to others? Yes, of course. GO GAETANO AND TEAM, GO!!!!!More
The restaurant is located just at the entrance of the Etruscan archeologic park of Baratti- Populonia and looks more to a big kiosk than a typical restaurant but don’t look to the appearance.
The fish is absolutely fresh, the fried one is very good and...also the ravioli filled with grouper fish is something to test, local white wine is suggested.
Kids have a wide safe open space where to play with swings, slipway etc.
You need to leave your car at the parking, take the ticket along with you and show it when you’re paying you bill.
Best to book a place if you’re planning a visit during weekends.More
Dining at the Tretruschi is always a great pleasure!
The setting is amazing. A restaurant located inside a necropolis close to the sea in a beautiful gulf.
The food is incredible. Some of the best fish I ever had. Fresh, tasty and cooked beautifully!
Not...to mention the home made cakes!
It is definitely worth a visit or a detour just to eat there at a very reasonable price!!
My favorite dishes?
Spaghetti with lobster, deep fried anchovies and the tortino degli Etruschi, a very special kind of cheesecake with a warm heart inside!
Just go and enjoy it... you won’t regret it...More
This restaurant is inside the "Parco Archeologico di Baratti e Populonia" right next to the visitor's center. There were two of us for a light lunch on a Sunday. As we were saving our energy for a hike up to some of the Etruscan tombs,...we did not have wine. I had a mixed cheese and meat appetizer that was quite ample for two with a great cheese, terrific prosciutto, a pancetta, a Genoa type salami, and a pickled artichoke. My wife had a house salad that was again ample for the both of us. She had a seafood ravioli with baby shrimp and I had the fried anchovies. Definitely do NOT think about the cured, salted anchovies. These were fresh, filleted, very lightly breaded and fried to perfection. Delicious! Not salty at all and accompanied by squeezes of fresh lemon. The service was friendly and excellent. The ambiance is quiet and shaded. It was a 90+ degree day and we were quite comfortable in the shade with a nice breeze.More
We couldn't ask for more, after a beautiful day in stunning Golfo di Baratti, to finish our day with such a tasty fish dinner.
Higly reccomended, gentle service, playful and easy atmosphere.
Thank you guys!!
I went to the nearby Populonia necropolis and acropolis twice with the family (by the way, great experience, highly recommended!) and had lunch at I Tretruschi. Everybody loved it! We had to go back for dinner. Delicious food, authentic, fresh and local, great service, lovely...environment. I look forward to going back!More