Simple, genuine and super tasty! The artichoke apetiser was of the best tasting dishes of our entire trip.
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We had lunch here on a Tuesday. There is terrace seating (no smoking allowed) and inside seating as well. We sat outside with several other small groups of tourists. We ordered a bruschetta pomodoro and a ribollita for starters and pici pomodoro for our main...More
We rode scooters from Siena to this lovely village called Chiusure and had the most wonderful experience. We arrived by chance and we were warmly greeted by lovely people . Francesco our terrific waitress was absolutely charming. And the food oh my god the food...More
We had a light but tasty lunch in this small country restaurant. Even though they were very busy, they made every effort to ensure we could sit outside on a pleasant fall day. A great place to have lunch on the village square and not...More
Would love to give a better rating, but out of everyone at our table, mine was the only dish seriously worth raving about. The other dishes that were ordered by my group of friends were ok, but not exceptional given the prices. The biggest disappointment...More
Very pittoresque and beautiful atmosphere, excellent service, average food = the food did not meet our expectations. In fact one dish was too salty, another was not al dente. Perhaps we were unlucky as the kids loved the pici con ragu. 5 stars for the...More
My family and I had an amazing meal. We had the most incredible artichokes which are a speciality of the city of Chiusure. The service was fantastic.
The food is simpe and most affordable. The great concept of understandable simple courses makes this family restaurant unique. Everything is focussing on simplicity, good taste and the family feeling. A second home for many. The papardelle, pici and other pasta is famous. The deserts...More
We have a Airbnb in chiusure, so options for dinner was not many (around 3 resturants). We picked this one and will never regret it! We had bruchetta with liver, anchovis and a great red wine. The maincourse was veal and ham. The maincourse is...More
Again taken by friends we ate outside under the veranda looking onto the medieval small piazza and the whole valley. Friendly staff, marvellous food, good local wine. due to the heat (37 C) we had only grilled vegetables and cheeses but with local olive oil...More