Start your meal with their own locally made Malvasia, a fortified wine which sets the scene for the delicious food to follow. The a la carte menu offers a pleasing variety of antipasti, first and second courses, plus desserts. Or choose from two fixed price menus, fish or meat. The fish is particularly good and features the catch of the day.
The staff are friendly and unobtrusive and one feels they genuinely want you to enjoy your experience, nothing is too much trouble. Children are welcome and there is plenty on the menu to satisfy perhaps a simpler taste (the patate frittes are very good!). Portions are more than generous, a range of side dishes is available and you will probably find that if in a group you will enjoy sharing different plates.
There are one or two tables outside, amid the hustle and bustle of comings and goings on the Ponte Vecchio, but part of the charm of this restaurant is the interior setting with authentic touches depicting Bosa down the years.
Open daily in season for lunch and dinner. Check times for out of season.