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Good and friendly. Relaxed family atmosphere. Just a bit surprised by the cover charge of €5 per person - not on the menu (especially as tap water is €2 per bottle). But the pizza was good and very filling.
Family run, friendly and traditional. Great place for a quick high quality pizza, nice touch that you can vary the flour type of the base - liked the maize one! Good house wines and lively atmosphere complete the picture here.
We enjoyed sitting outdoors on a warm evening and enjoying one of their pizzas. My wife ordered a spicy tomato pizza and I had a cipole (onion) pizza. We split. More than enuff. But we ended up eating the whole thing. Add a half liter...More
Only in Volterra for a few hours we found this little family restaurant on a side street. The service was very good and we ordered two pizzas. My fiancé and I thought both were very good. If ever in Volterra I would certainly recommend this...More
Set on one of the many tiny cobbled streets of Volterra this restaurant caught our eye because of the pretty flower display on the tiny outside terrace. We visited in the evening and both had fantastic pizza's which we watched the owner make.
This restaurant is a must if you are in Volterra, plenty of choices for different kind of pizzas, with lots of flavour in both crust and fillings. In fact much more flavour than any other pizza place we tried on our vacation in Italy. Must...More
Loved this place. First the bread was the best of good options we've had in Italy since arriving a week ago, and the gracious host/owner Antonella told us it was made from same bread dough used to make their pizza which they are known for....More
We were walking around Volterra looking for a restaurant recommended in a guide book. Went into Alla Vecchia Maniera on a whim (they had pappardelle al chingale (pasta with wild boar) on the menuboard outside. I've been waiting for this since we got to Tuscany....More