• Osteria Di Kamollia

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Traditional Tuscan osteria but has several items which are vegan by default (pasta dishes and sides). Staff will answer questions. NOTE: Reported October 2022 to have limited vegan options – please send updates to HappyCow.

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4 Reviews

First Review by neens.nz


Points +103

10 Oct 2022

No vegan main dishes

The pasta is not egg free as described above. The only dish they could make was a rice dish by removing the sausage. So I had this with a chickpea and bean side. The food was good, but very limited if you are a vegan.

Updated from previous review on 2022-10-10

Pros: Some vegan sides

Cons: No vegan mains



Points +57

17 Dec 2019

Traditional Tuscan Restaurant

This is not a vegetarian restaurant, but like all traditional Italian restaurants it's very easy to eat vegetarian, and still quite easy to order a vegan meal as well. They are really nice hear and speak a lot of English. Just ask for what's vegetarian or vegan and they'll know how to advise you! Delicious pici pasta and all of the contorni are excellent!

Pros: Traditional Osteria, Fresh Pasta


21 Oct 2022

The pici pasta is vegan. Many restaurants in Sienna serve it.


Points +110

05 Nov 2017

Delicious food, lot of options!

Like the previous review, the staff confirmed that the pasta was egg free for me and I'm so happy it was because it was sooo GOOD! I got the pasta with a tomato garlic sauce and a side of rosemary chickpeas. There were a lot of vegan sides to choose from and I'm sure you could get creative with the pasta as well! There was also a vegetarian menu if you are vegetarian! So happy to get to eat some delicious Italian pasta in Siena!!


Points +47

23 Oct 2017

Traditional Tuscan food

Went here on our last night in Tuscany as my husband is omni. The menu doesn't have vegan options marked as such but several of the Primi (first courses) are vegan by default. I had the traditional Pici pasta which was vegan (though it's made fresh, they only use flour and water) with a tomato-garlic sauce. Most of the sides are vegan too, I added the white beans cooked in oil to get some protein :)

Pros: Traditional Tuscan food, Waitress was happy to answer questions , Food was delicious

Cons: Vegan options not clearly marked

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