Find out what Soups restaurants to try in Pienza. Pienza, a town in Tuscany, is the "touchstone of Renaissance urbanism." In 1996, UNESCO declared the town a World Heritage Site and in 2004 the entire valley, the Val d'Orcia, was included on the list of Unesco’s World Cultural Landscapes. Pienza was the birthplace of Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini, who would become Pope Pius II. After he became Pope, Piccolomini had the entire village rebuilt as an ideal Renaissance town that would serve as a retreat from Rome.
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4 based on 627 reviews
8 of us stopped for lunch in this typical restaurant in central location convenient for accessing local shops and museums etc. A wide range of pasta and vegetable accompaniments were available and chosen; they were ordered from and served by young, attentive and sympathetic staff. Various options of strength and spiciness were challenging and meticulously observed. house wine more than adequate and the resultant bill very acceptable.
4 based on 1519 reviews
During our very quick visit to Pienza, we had lunch here. Very good pasta and gnocchi. Small cozy place, good and quick service.
4 based on 2015 reviews
The tavern is located in proximity of the entrance door of Monticchiello, a nice medieval village near Pienza.With its few places (it is better to reserve), it proposes an elegant room, furnished with taste in typical tuscan style, it is comfortable and f
Ordinary food. So-so service. Fantastic sunset view if one is lucky enough to have one of the three terrace edge tables. There is a small park right in front of the terrace where one can enjoy the view without dining at the restaurant.FOOD: 3.0. Ordinary. One diner described the taste as pre-made and then warmed up. Later when our agriturismo host heard that we dined here, he frowned and said "micro-waved" food.- Risotto orzo: 2.5- Gnocchetti di patate: 3.0- Guancia di manzo: 3.0SERVICE: 3.0. One server was very considerate and worked hard to provide a good experience. When we entered the restaurant he had us wait while he cleared an edge terrace table that had just been vacated. The other two servers were indifferent. That balances out to 3 stars.AMBIANCE:- for those without an edge terrace table: 3.0- for those lucky few who have an edge terrace table: 4.5
4 based on 1947 reviews
We ate here with an organised tour. The staff were excellent the food was very well priced and the pici pasta very good. I can recommend this restaurant. Nothing over fancy but excellent value
4 based on 2644 reviews
We love this little place. Owner and staff are so friendly, and the food is wonderful. You must try his bean soup.
4 based on 453 reviews
The Fonte alla Vena Inn is a warm and welcoming restaurant in an ancient building of historical importance which has recently been renovated. It is on the Cassia Road, close to the village of San Quirico d'Orcia close to Montalcino , Motepulciano and only
Pleasant service, lovely atmosphere. Delicious cheese breadsticks. Unusual menu, loved the duck tagliatelle with orange. Anchovyâs were good for those who enjoy them, beautifully presented. Nice wines available by the class. Excellent Banfi white. Unfortunately the ribs while unusual with honey were devoid of hardly any meat. Very disappointing. The desserts were average.
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