Osteria del Borgo

Our weekly day off is Tuesday

Our Family Restaurant

Osteria del Borgo was born in 2006 from an idea of ​​Mom Nadia, after 13 years of experience in our previous family restaurant.
Her sons Giacomo and Francesco, the current Sommellers of the restaurant and Dad Adriano, the handyman, soon joined her.
Located in the splendid setting of Piazza Grande in the heart of Montepulciano, the Osteria is located on a historic building from years 1270s A.D. , with two internal rooms, one on the ground floor with entrance from Piazza Grande, the other underground with an original barrel vault of pre-Renaissance era. In the summer, the Panoramic Terrace is also available, from which you can enjoy a unique view of the Valdorcia hills and the San Biagio temple.
The menu follows the Tuscan tradition, with handmade pasta and 'zero kilometer' quality ingredients. A 'land cuisine' in which there is no shortage of Florentine steak and great braised meat, game but also vegetarian options. The wine list, curated by Giacomo and Francesco, offers around 600 labels from all over Europe, with particular focus for the products that have made Tuscany famous in the world: from the Chianti Classico, to the Supertuscans, to the Bolgheri Doc up to the Brunello di Montalcino and obviously, the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. The service is informal but professional, our priority is to make you feel at home.
We are looking forward to meet you!
Nadia, Adriano, Giacomo, Francesco and the Staff. 

The Osteria Menu

APPETIZERS :
(Allergens presence)
 
 Bruschette Trio(tomato and basil ,garlic and olive oil, cheese and Ham)  € 8.00
 Potatoes and Cauliflower Flan with Pecorino cheese fondue  € 8.50
 Canapés and Tuscan cold cuts(Salami,Finocchiona,Ham)  € 9.50
 Pecorino sheep cheese with cold cuts  €10.00  
 Mix of Pecorino di Pienza sheep’s cheeses with homemade jams   € 12.00
 Beef tartare with reduction of anchovies and cappers and egg yolk  € 12.00
 Cinta Senese’s cold cuts(local free range pig)  € 13.00
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   FIRST   DISHES :
   
   Ribollita (Local Vegetables soup with bread) €  9.00
   Tuscan soup with 15 legumes   € 9.00
   Pici  with Ragù (Bolognese sauce with tomato and meat) €  9.50
   Pici  all’Aglione (Mildly Spicy sauce with Tomato) €  9.50
   Pici alla carbonara of Cinta Senese and Pienza Pecorino Cheese € 12.00
   Potato gnocchi with duck sauce and eggplant € 10.50
   Tagliatelle with white Chianina Beef(local cattle) ragù € 10.50
   Gnudi maremmani on mascarpone and walnuts cream € 12.00
   Saffron and asparagus risotto € 11.00
   Ravioli stuffed with tomato soup with fresh tomato,Pecorino Cheese and  
   pistachios  € 12.00
  * Pasta is strictly hand made, daily from our kitchen to you!
SECOND    DISHES :
Fiorentina steak(Price per 100 grams, minimum 1 Kilogram/2,2 Pounds) 
 per Hg  € 4.50
Vegan Hamburgher (Only patty) of chickpeas, zucchini and carrots on rocket salad cream  €  12.00
Pork Knuckle with roasted potatoes € 15.00
Etruscan rabbit (stewed in vegetable sauce) € 16.00
Chicken with aromatic erbs  €  15.00
Wild Boar stew with polenta  € 15.00
Tagliata steak with rosemary € 15.00
Braised beef cheek on Vino Nobile sauce with mashed potatoes € 16.00
Beef filet on Vino Nobile reduction and caramelized shallot €  20.00
 
SIDE DISHES :
Mix salad  €  4.50
Fagioli all’ uccelletto(Beans with garlic,sage and tomato) €  5.00
Roasted Potatoes €  5.00
Spinach with lemon  €  5.00
Artichoke hearts in the pan € 5.00
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DESSERT:
Tiramisù della casa  € 5,00
Panna cotta (Chocolate, Caramel or Berries) € 5,00
Cheesecake (Chocolate, Caramel or Berries) € 6,00
Berries Semifreddo € 5,50
Cantucci & Vinsanto Semifreddo € 5,50
Cantucci & Vinsanto € 6,00
Apricot or Cherry Crostata € 5,00

The Wine List

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Our wine list features the great local products such as Brunello di Montalcino, Chianti Classico, Supertuscans, Bolgheri Doc and of course the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. In addition to Tuscan Gems, a large assortment of wines from the rest of Italy and France, from the great whites of the north to the passito of the south, from Champagne to Bordeaux. The list can count approximately 600 labels, selected by Giacomo and Francesco Maramai