Best Central-Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Central-Italian food in Monterchi. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Central-Italian restaurants near you. including La Pieve Vecchia, Il Capello di Paglia, Cantina del Granduca, La Cambusa, Il Feudo del Vicario, Borgo di Celle, Locanda al Castello di Sorci, Ristorante al Coccio, La Nena, Da Alighiero
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4 based on 477 reviews
In my view, Da Alighiero should be the number one ranked restaurant in Anghiari on this site. They do everything right and exceeded our expectations in every way: friendly welcoming staff, warm & cozy ambiance, imaginative menu, a solid "wow factor" with every dish we were served, reasonable prices and very modest & appreciative owners (Sylvia & Giovanni). I couldn't help but overhear the positive rapport between the owners and staff signalling this must be a great place to work. There should be a line out the door of customers waiting to get inside here. Fabulous in every way!
4 based on 618 reviews
We went for my birthday and had a range of really interesting food. I had a risotto with different types of berries which was amazing. The serves were very large! Staff were friendly
4 based on 950 reviews
Since 1983 the âAl Coccioâ restaurant was located in Sansepolcro and from 1988 in Via Aggiunti in the ex sacristy of the Camaldolesi where Luca della Robbia established its name. In 1998 Sara Emanuela Battistelli came along and with plenty of passion, stu
Every element of our experience at this place was excellent. The table was set with beautiful linen; the staff were warm and helpful; pasta had rich and interesting flavours with delicious porcini and a ricotta/walnut combination. Beef carpaccio was paired with generous shavings of black truffle. The wines by the glass were exceptional quality. Parfaits for dessert were imaginative flavours with the unforgettable almond, black sesame and coffee taking prize position. If you are in Sansepulcro this is an experience not to be missed. All at a very reasonable price too
3 based on 804 reviews
Attended a wedding reception here in August 2014. Fabulous experience. Stunning location in beautiful countryside. Atmospheric old building. Superb service by all staff. Delicious food, multiple courses, extra servings offered as soon as you said you liked something. The anti pasti could have been a meal in itself. Free flowing vino. A truly wonderful wedding reception. Would love to return to stay at the hotel as a guest.
4 based on 114 reviews
The is a listing under hotels on TA but nothing under Restaurants. You don't have to stay at the hotel to eat there. Cuisine is Italian. But your page of questions would not highlight that!
Not far from Citta di Castello, drive through Lerchi and look for a sign on the left for the tiny road to Celle. Drive up and up to arrive at the Ristorante of Borgo di Celle. This is a lovely place to eat in the warm weather months. Possibly not at weekends as they cater for celebrations including weddings. A delicious lunch for two with good wine set us back â¬ 75 in total. The setting is panoramic and close to the Pilgrims Way, (via Francigena). Naturally the water was San Pelligrino! The staff are kind and the piped music can hardly be heard in the elegant, tented dinning area.
4 based on 1371 reviews
Maybe it was because of the highly stressed servers on a busy Friday night, maybe it was because we waited at least 20 minutes to receive a menu after being seated, maybe it was when we saw someone from the kitchen staff arrive with a large shopping bag from Penny Market (a low-cost, low-quality supermarket here in Italy), maybe it was because we were told the porcini mushrooms on the menu were frozen (even though they are readily available fresh everywhere in Italy as this is high season). Maybe it was because the bruschetta was a PASTE of tomatoes on stale bread. Maybe it was a combination of the whole experience. Only one word comes to mind: ABYSMAL. If I were working in this restaurant I would be so embarrassed!I've re-submitted this review to include the attached photo of the "RECEIPT" for our dinner at Il Feudo del Vicario last night (Friday, July 12, reservation at 8 pm). We were seated on the small balcony (two adults with a small dog, surely the wait staff will remember us). I urge the owner (who responded in the most rude and vicious way possible to my legitimate review, claiming I had written it fraudulently) to check our reservation from last night to confirm that we indeed had dinner at her restaurant. Yes, we also reserved for tonight (Saturday, July 13), but have since cancelled due to our miserable experience the night before.Se qualcosa di miserabile c'Ã¨ stato, Ã¨ sicuramente la vostra presenza nel nostro locale. Arrivati in cassa Invece di elogiare la pelle del viso della mia cameriera, perchÃ¨ lei e il suo compagno non avete tirato fuori gli attributi e alla domanda : " tutto bene ? ", invece di lamentarvi per un disservizio, avete risposto "benissimo".Vorrei saperlo perchÃ¨ non mi Ã¨ chiaro, nessun avanzo nei piatti, insalata doppia come da voi richiesto, l' acqua al cagnolino, ma soprattutto da parte vostra nessuna domanda, tantomeno sui porcini.Che fossero surgelati (?) l' avete dedotto voi, non lo avete chiesto, lo avete dedotto perchÃ¨ sul menÃ¹ sono riportati due asterischi di fianco alla voce.In Italia l'asterisco Ã¨ tassativo, perchÃ© se d' inverno il prodotto non si riesce a reperirlo fresco, sussiste l' obbligo di avviso al cliente. La legenda riporta la seguente voce : ** In mancanza di prodotto fresco, sarÃ usato il prodotto surgelato. Per maggiori informazioni rivolgersi al personale di sala. Non era questo il caso, lo capirete anche voi, siamo a luglio, splende il sole e i porcini abbondano, lo avete immaginato, non domandato.Avete una visione del mondo un tantino egocentrica, ridimensionatela, e nel frattempo vivete con piÃ¹ leggerezza che i problemi sono altri ...
Siamo capitati in questo buon ristorante quasi per caso, ed Ã¨ stata una piacevole scoperta. La cucina Ã¨ semplice, abbondante e genuina, in un'atmosfera tranquilla e familiare. Non Ã¨ una trappola per i turisti, onesto nel prezzo e si puÃ² cogliere l'occasione per andare a visitare il magnifico borgo di Monterchi. Lo consiglio come ottima sosta.
4 based on 373 reviews
We visited Anghiari for 1 night and stumbled across this restaurant. Itâs just round the corner from the main square.Service was good and the waitress spoke English which helped! We had mixed mixed bruschetta to start for 3 people, homemade wholewheat pasta with tomatoes, capers, olives and mozzarella, a spaghetti dish with local sausage meat, courgettes and shaved truffle, and duck gnocchi. A mixed salad, lovely bottle of red wine, a glass of prosecco, water x 2 big bottles, 2 desserts: biscotti & vin santo and tiramisu, and am espresso.Delicious meal and good value at â¬69.
4 based on 123 reviews
Restaurant located in the countryside near Anghiari. We booked a table here via The Fork. Interesting menu. My boyfriend ordered gnocchi, as first dish, while I had codfish served with potatoes bread. My fish was good. As main dish we both ordered boar and porcini mushrooms cooked in the oven on a vine leaf. We enjoyed the food. Service was warm and professional. With 1 small bottle of local wine, 1 bottle of water, 1 dessert (a delicious pistacchio smifreddo) and 2 coffees we paid about 85â¬. Parking for free but not comfortable for disables.
4 based on 613 reviews
Our food is inspired by the surroundings and reflects the traditions of the area. You will find gastronomic delights like homemade pasta with truffles, or porcini mushrooms, Chianina beef and Fiorentina T-bone steak. Special attention is given to a select
La Pieve Vecchia is one of our favourite restaurants. This evening was challenging for the staff, as the unsettled weather meant that customers were seated both outdoors and indoors. The staff coped admirably and the food and service were both excellent, as always. We look forward to returning soon.
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