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Things to do in Amelia
4.5 based on 362 reviews
If you're looking for simple Italian cooking - this is a great option in Terni
Hand written menu, great local cheeses and meats, varieties of pasta, gnocchi all explained by the waiter in terms of where they're from in Italy, the recipes behind them etc.
Great, simple food with friendly service...
4.5 based on 201 reviews
When my friends from Terni told me we were going to Labro for a meal in their favorite restaurant I was curious - Labro is a small village on a hill...what possibly could be there?
Possibly the most amazing food and restaurant in Umbria!
Mauro was so very lovely and his food - DELICIOUS and MOUTH WATERING! The ambiance of the quaint restaurant was so cozy and inviting.
It was a remarkable experience. I shall return there the next time I'm in Terni, no doubt!
5 based on 368 reviews
It has been a long time ago since I was at a restaurant with two Michelin stars but it was well worth the money. It is clear that the Trip advisor rating system can't apply to this high category of restaurants so don't compare it with my other ratings. I have added some photo's to give an impression since it is hard to describe the highly creative quality of this restaurant. Special compliments for the very friendly service and not too formal ambience. My favorite was probably the stuffed artichoke which got them a price in 2011, the egg inside that is still liquid is a good combination with the crusty outside. They are renowned for their fresh water fish dishes, as a main dish we had pike from the lake and that was excellent.
4.5 based on 423 reviews
We arrived after dark, and Letizia came from the restaurant to help us find our way. We had an incredible meal! We are vegetarian, and they prepared us an unbelievable soup which just led to the most amazing dinner. Breakfast was impeccable, more than we could eat (although we tried our best!)
Our only complaint was that we only had one night there.
4.5 based on 414 reviews
Nice place, warm atmosphere, kind kind people, typical of this region.
I had a delicious dinner, with tasteful cheeses and exceptional ciriole, characteristic home made pasta, with truffle and oil: very simple, but the best way to get the purest tastes of the ingredients.
The choice of desserts, all of them hand made, makes you feel to be in a patisserie.
I'll be bavk there for sure!
4.5 based on 348 reviews
Very large restaurant. Mostly seems to cater to local families and larger groups. Most tables seemed to eat pizza or relatively low priced stuff, and jug wine. Even though there is excellent local wine, from Montefalco, which we recommend.
While service is nice, with tablecloth etc., this is actually a relatively inexpensive place, not really fine food. Still, good value for the money, but Reading some reviews here, one might end up with unreasonable expectations...
We had a fiorentino steak. Which was quite impressive when it arrived at our table, and we mananged to finish the whole thing. Not bad, but we have had better. We ordered rare, but it came a bit more cooked than I had expected.
Still, if in the area, this is a very acceptable option for dinner, especialyl at the price.
4.5 based on 517 reviews
Umbria is lovely green quiet and landlocked. The latter fact means to have fresh fish you have to cook at home or go to Lazio, Marche or Tuscany. In Umbria, you will find meat, pasta and if you are lucky, something green. Most people do not learn to swim or eat fish.
Every rule has an exception - L'Antico Borgo has excellently executed fresh fish and seafood done by a Sicilian chef who should be given some sort of Medal by the Province so that he stays forever.
In a kind of obscure village between Terni and the Cascata, the restaurant is unassuming but pleasant. The modest space belies the excellent cuisine. We had the Insalata Fruta de Mare, which was both generous and fresh (exceptionally tender calamari and pulpo) and sublty seasoned. For main courses, we had the Tonno Tagliata- which was sushi quality tuna steak cooked on the outside and but preserved rare with and Spigola alla Griglia, a large portion grilled so to achieve the scoring and firmness without overcooking the delicate flesh.
Complementing the excellent fish was a wine list that picked up a large number of great Sicilian wines that you hardly see outside of - well - Sicily. We had the bio-dynamic Vivero Sasitere Etna- a perfect citrus wine for the cuisine, light and wide awake.
All this splendor for the cost of a run of the mill grill restaurant.In toto, it is as good as renowned (starred) places in Central Rome that cost twice as much.
Now, I can save myself a drive and stay in Umbria for a regular appointment with the sea.
The highlight is the fish
4.5 based on 255 reviews
One of the best places we've visited in this part of Italy. Local fare with lots of mushrooms, truffles and meat and all very well prepared. Excellent wine list and all for extremely reasonable prices.Grazie per la sua recensione, ci fa veramente piacere sapere di essere apprezzati internazionalmente!
4.5 based on 199 reviews
We drove more than 30 km to get here, finding parking was not easy, but the owner was very friendly, the food very good.
4.5 based on 662 reviews
Wonderful lunch. Very friendly staff, especially with our very limited Italian! Food absolutely wonderful. They did pasta with tomato sauce for the kids, no problem. Grilled trout was brilliant and tagliata ( grilled steak with rocket salad) was exceptional. Very reasonable with lovely wine. We have had many great meals in Italy but this has to be one of the best - if not THE best. Oh .... And the views are stunning too!!! My 9 year old son said this is the best restaurant he has ever been to and he has travelled a lot( praise indeed!)
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