L’Andana’s two gastronomic offerings are La Trattoria Enrico Bartolini and La Villa restaurant, both of which serve traditional Tuscan food with a slight modern twist. The more-formal, Michelin-starred Trattoria is set in what was once the original estate’s ancient granary. With its terra-cotta floors, exposed brick, wooden beams, and open kitchen with a wood-burning oven, it doesn’t get much more traditional Tuscan.
La Trattoria has an atmosphere that is at once cozy and elegant, with large windows looking out onto the Maremma landscape and vineyards, as well as an outdoor terrace overlooking the vegetable gardens. Tuscan-born chef Enrico Bartolini whips up modern Mediterranean dishes using fresh, local produce, herbs, vegetables, and olive oil from the estate’s own gardens.