Organic restaurants in Italy
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All the tables, chairs and linen are different, in a deliberately higgledy-piggledy way, floors are of exposed timber, and linen ranges from gingham to chintzy. Vegie options include couscous dishes, but there’s something for everyone, made largely with organic products.
What a clever concept Zero Cinquante (Zero Fifty) is: 'Tradition and fantasy' is its strapline and the produce it uses to cook up its seasonal Tuscan dishes is strictly local and organic. There is ample choice for vegetarians and coeliacs, too. Try black cabbage, nut and gorgonzola risotto, rabbit with sweet mustard perhaps, or one of the excellent-value daily lunch specials chalked on the board outside.