Osteria Le Panzanelle

writes one user of fodors.com. Reservations are essential in July and August.

Silvia Bonechi’s experience in the kitchen–with the help of a few precious recipes handed down from her grandmother–is one of the reasons for the success of this small restaurant. The other is the front-room hospitality of Nada Michelassi. These two panzanelle (women from Panzano) serve a short menu of tasty and authentic dishes at what the locals refer to as il prezzo giusto (the right price). Both the pappa al pomodoro (tomato soup) and the peposo (peppery beef stew) are exceptional. Whether you are eating inside or under large umbrellas on the terrace near a tiny stream, the experience is always congenial. The best food we had in Tuscany