This building evokes the origins of Siena, from the wine cellar (open to visitors) occupying an Etruscan house from the 3C BC, to the dining room itself, with its Roman brick walls. Courteous staff and authentic Tuscan cuisine, including ribollita soup and galletto al mattone con aromi (brick - baked chicken).
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