Eating out in Italy, we find, is always pleasurable. A choice can be made whether you chose a busling atmosphere or a more relaxing environment. There are many to chose from in and around the Celle area.
In the village itself there is a restaurant which serves local grown produce using traditional Tuscan recipes. There isn’t a menu as such, and the menu is different every day. It is necessary to book a table, at least 24 hours in advance as Brigida only opens the restaurant on demand. You may be the only ones she caters for! On arrival , the table is set with a selection of hors d’oeuvres and a bottle of local wine. Guido will then come and explain to you what choices there are for the main course.
This restaurant is a 3 minute drive down the hill. The building used to be a mill and was totally renovated in 2006. The food is delicious and the staff very friendly. There is an outside terrace where you can eat if you wish.
The Moulin also caters for Weddings and is very popular. You often here the fireworks going off in the distance on a Saturday nights.
Owned by Daniella and Leonardo, La Fonte has a very friendly atmosphere and the portions are LARGE! They have a wood burning pizza oven and your stay would not be complete without trying one. They also do a take away Pizza service, so if you have had a tiring day around the pool and don’t fancy cooking, why not pop down for a pizza!
In Vetriano , this restuarant is again very friendly and popular with our guests. On the road towards Diecimo, take a turn off and drive for 8 mins up the hill.
Vetriano has THE SMALLEST HISTORIC THEATRE IN EUROPE and a tour of this wonderful little theatre can be arranged by the owner of the restuarant. This, together with a meal at Il Guerriero, makes for a very fine evening. Every other week, the restaurant has a buffet dinner and dance – and how the Italians LOVE their dancing!
These are only a handful of restaurants that are tried and tested and give good value for money