Santina’s restaurant is well known in Bagni di Lucca. It is one of the first restaurants I went to when I first arrived in the area 13 years ago. It is as good today as my first visit.
I was there on a Sunday and it didn’t take long for the room to fill.
At Santina’s the food just keeps on coming. The pasta is delicious, but you need to remember not to eat too much because there are several other courses to enjoy.
In summer there is a lovely terrace with great views over the valley.
It was a misty autumn day when I was there, but some yellow flowers beside the door brightened up the day.
The misty view is delightful.
Santina…Via Chiesa 9, San Cassiano
(39) 0583 809278
The food is always good at Santina’s.
Food, food, delicious food!
…and plenty of it.
Cannot wait to return for her true home cooking!
It is very good. The first time my husband went he had no idea that so much food would be served. At the invitation of the person serving he had several helpings of the ravioli only to find that there were 3 more courses.
We have been to Santinas many times. Good food fun atmoshere and wonderful views and a wonderful place to walk after lunch!
San Cassiano is a lovely village and a great place to walk, which you need to do after lunch at Santina’s.
what a delicious spread…..love the focaccia…..that pic has inspired me…think i will make some for tonight!
The food is always good at Santina.
Glad to hear that it is still fabulous. We have had a couple of very delicious meals there….and of course, the company was wonderful as well.
Tina and Rina took me there shortly after I arrived in Bagni di Lucca all those years ago.
We’ve had many a good night at Santina’s where the food is delicious and plentiful.
The staff and owners make everyone feel welcome, and the view across the valley on a summers evening is sublime.
I have only ever been there in winter. This year I must try it on a warm day.
Of course I would love this place … so where is it because I don’t know!
It is in the main street, not far from the church. I thought everyone knew Santina.
From the church … up the street?