An exceptional neighborhood Tuscan restaurant. Not fancy. Not haute cuisine. Just very, very good food. Sauces enhance the taste and does not overwhelm the pasta. Second courses are fresh with meat and chicken tender. Service might not be quick, but you are not in Siena for "fast food." Order the house wine; it's very good and be sure to ask the waiter/owner to recommend an amaro to finish the dinner.
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