This is a tiny restaurant tucked in an old passageway in central Siena, and not suitable for lovers of refinement. The site is a bit dodgy, but the salami and cheese trays are prepared with a slicer at that moment, along with a cold beer, and worth it. The young waiter is very helpful too. This spot is recommended for having an aperitif in one of the tables in the street, and sampling the typical Tuscan cheeses and cold cuts, at an affordable price. I wouldn't recommend that you sit in and eat because they don't offer much more and the dish of pici (one kind of thick spaghetti), I did not like.