Reviews on Central-Italian food in Allerona, Province of Terni, Italy including Il Focolare, La Fontanella, La Bettola del Buttero, Da Ciccio Alla Capannaccia, Ristorante Daniela, Il Borgo, Trattoria La Pace, Trattoria Bruno Coppetta, Mezza Luna, S’Osteria 38
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In an area god blessed for the quality of food and wines but unfortunately packed with mediocre restaurants which serve allegedly local cuisine but serve in reality just boring dishes often badly prepared, Sâosteria is a happy exception. The environment is pleasant, the staff kind and competent but, most important, the dishes are high quality. They are a fusion of local tradition and innovative attempts to go beyond a tired repetition of some receipts. I had an excellent tartare and baccalÃ in a green salad accompanied by a very good local red wine. Go and visit the place!
4 based on 1086 reviews
Upon arriving in Orvieto I was told by an American quartet that the place in town to get the best Spaghetti Carbonara was down the street. Now this is information that I did not request; so I reasoned that they must have just enjoyed a surreal dish. But having arrived late, my buddy largely responsible for the missed train, this restaurant as well as all the other restaurants in town were closed, I had to settle for a cabdy bar and can of coke...cookies for dessert. Now...After reading reviews it became clear what restaurant theyâre were talking about and I made a reservation. It was quaint with red checkered table cloths reminiscent of the 1950âs American version of an Italian restaurant. Our 2 waiters were very attentive to your every need. My buddy and I ordered the carbonara without an appetizer because of the sheer size of the plate. The pancetta was beautifully sautÃ©ed on top and was plentiful throughout the dish. The pasta was mixed beautifully with the egg mixture and made for a very satisfying Spaghetti Carbonara. The house wine was just fine, as with most Italian restaurants; but the other selections were reasonable as well. For dessert I opted for the panna cotta accompanied by a double espresso. My buddy...too full. A perfect ending to a classic dish!
4 based on 2764 reviews
I was very eager to take my friends to Bruno's as well as not having been back myself for a few years. Located on a central street of Citta' della Pieve, it offers a lovely decor and ambiance (upstairs and downstairs dining rooms), very very good service and excellent Umbrian and Tuscan dishes. The service is excellent and staff very nice and helpful.The locale was completely restructured a few years ago with great taste and also keeping the original frescos on the ceilings in the upper rooms of what was originally a medieval house.
4 based on 314 reviews
No menu and just like eating at grandma's house! Wonderful pici with ragu or all'aglione (tomato sauce with garlic) and lamb in very tasty sauce
4 based on 344 reviews
Delicious food at IL BORGO. We had the Agnello a Scottadito and the Cighiale a Bujone as main courses. Both were very tasteful, with the Syrah wine a perfect combination.Friendly staff who explained part of the menu.And very affordable prices.
4 based on 845 reviews
The restaurant is a romantic place: it is situated on the square of the old town and there is a spectacular view of tuscany hills. The kitchen is local and genuine and we have a good tuscany wine list.Specialties of the house are tuscany ham, cheese and s
That's a bar (Centrale), a restaurant (Daniela), and wine and delicatessen shop in one. Daniela is actually the owner of these places + a hotel nearby. Maybe the restaurant is far from haute cuisine and some dishes will look like home cooking but the food is rather tasty and the staff (and Daniela herself) are very friendly. It is very easy to access from parking and is impossible to miss as it is on the main square and there is hardly anything else you can see. Our top score though goes to the shop! It is always open (together with the bar) and selection of wines and foods was just what we needed. Prices were also very adequate.
4 based on 660 reviews
Last night we celebrated the bachelorette party!We ordered antipasti misti, we tasted 3 different kind of pasta: tortelli with asparagus cream and truffle, pappardelle al cinghiale and pici alla ciccio. Then: cinghiale, agnello fritto and alla scottadito. Of course, we tried fried artichokes too, unbelievably great.To conclude, the desserts. I can suggest you only one thing: go for the croccantino. Please try all 3 versions.Are you into liquors after coffee? Please try the amato and liquor of grappa.The friendly atmosphere and the host (Ciccio) and his wife (the chef) increase the level of your experience in this place.Excellent! Absolutely recommended!
4 based on 2204 reviews
Its always a good sign where you're the only tourist in the place. They serve pretty good steaks and sausages - cooked perfectly. We had a bone-in- rib eye and Salciche's which was perfect and a minute steak - but it was too dry. Pasta's are great - local tastes, fresh - lovely! Cheap, tasty and local.Beware - they open between 12:00 - 14:30. Even if you still sit there, they close the kitchen...
4 based on 368 reviews
Don't let the the somewhat formal decor distract you. This is a restaurant where cooking is taking seriously without forgetting that Italian food is about strong flavors and basic ingredients. La Fontanella never disappoints, great pastas (best lasagna in the world), baccalÃ¡, wonderful meat. I wish that one day they will leave the modern building and would move to a more charming place in the old part of the village.
4 based on 960 reviews
Quick lunch while driving from Rome to Milan. I stopped with my family. We had traditional bruschetta, pappardelle al cinghiale and others starters and pasta. But the real surprise was a wonderful grill. I had a delicious steak. Good wine and good price. We will return for sure again.
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