This is a popular place, though their newish target audience of deal-seeking tourists and college students seems to have affected food quality. They’ve also added a 10% service fee on top of the coperto to the bill.
It’s still just fine for the price though, with an impressive list of primi and secondi plates, including surprises like omelettes and goulash amongst the usual Tuscan mainstays. They’re well known for their assaggi (tasting plates) of pastas, meats, cheeses or salads. The interior walls are adorned with plates with hand-written notes from satisfied customers.
A TV propped up on one side of the dinning room shows a live feed of the kitchen.