Our menu is inspired by the best culinary tradition of the Maremma. Moreover, it varies according to the season to offer healthier, nutritious, and appetizing foods. We always offer a simple and tasty cuisine, with particular attention to the typical products of the area and the use of first choice materials. Pastas and desserts are always homemade; vegetables, oil, cheeses and wines are carefully selected and purchased from the best local farms. Pici alla campagnola, wild boar with Maremma and wild fennel: our specialties.
Among the appetizers you can choose from the classic Tuscan appetizer consisting of ham, cold cuts, croutons, cheeses and artichokes, mixed bruschetta or various croutons. Continue with rectangles of yellow polenta topped with porcini mushrooms, goose breast carpaccio with parmesan and rocket and lemon wedge, wild boar fillets and much more.
Our first courses are all strictly homemade. You will have only the embarrassment of the choice: pici alla campagnola, tortelli stuffed with ricotta and spinach and pappardelle with wild boar. Gnudi (the filling of tortelli) ricotta and spinach to season with butter and sage or other sauces. Trofie artichokes and sausage, leek gnocchi, pancetta and pumpkin, spelled soup, acquacotta, etc…
Among the latter, our main dish is the wild boar, cooked with Maremma or wild fennel. In addition, we serve an excellent cut of beef with rosemary, rocket or truffle, roast suckling pig, strips with olives, artichokes and rocket. Finally, chicken with herbs, eggplant parmigiana, cod Livorno and local cheeses with honey and jam
Desserts are made by us, like the mousses we serve in various ways: caramel, chocolate, berries and jams. Sbriciolona cake with ricotta and chocolate flakes; of apples, with custard; with chocolate and mascarpone cream. In addition, jam tarts, almond parfait with chocolate and cantucci with vin santo.
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