Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Aschheim, Bavaria, Germany including Il Veliero, Pallini Restaurant, La Zucca, Locanda Bisignano, Ristorante Martinelli, la Piazza Eiscafe, Romana, Ristorantino Lucano, Trattoria Da Fausto, San Martino
4 based on 30 reviews
We had visited in this restaurant now past 8 yrs. Very Italian as the friendly staff including the owner. Food is excellent but wine list is quite short (in any case reasonable). We had notice that this restaurant is always full in evening when there are some exhibition at Messe Munchen (maybe other evenings as well). so it's better to make reservation. I know that we are visiting in this restaurant also in the future.
4 based on 962 reviews
This place is temporarily closed from December 23, 2017 to January 11, 2018.
On our last night at the Pullman in Munich we had no idea where to eat close by. The hotel clerk recommend Trattoria Da Fausto; a delightful restaurant and just a short, pretty walk from the hotel. The restaurant is beautifully decorated in a traditional way: Murano style glass light fixtures, greenery, cloth table & napkins. The menu has a good variety of food. We had duck Carpaccio, a mixed salad, a duck stuffed ravioli, tagliatelle, chardonnay and bottled water. The portions were generous, well presented and the food was delicious. The owner even included complimentary Limoncello at the meals end. Unfortunately we were too full for dessert.We were waited on mostly by the owner and his wife. We ended up chatting with them a lot and it turns out they sometimes visit our home city of Montreal. We hope to meet up with them in Montreal the next time they come here. We highly recommend this restaurant!Mille grazie team Fausto
4 based on 33 reviews
Not sure why, but the night we went, arrival of the adults' food was very slow and it took an hour, long after out kids' food arrived. The regulars we went with assured us this is not typical, however. Now for the good part: The host were very gracious and attentive and drinks arrived right away. I very much recommend sitting in the outdoor patio if whether permits and you can overlook the smokers (something we are no longer used to in the USA). The menu is huge and they have many Italian specialities you don't see everywhere, particularly at your garden variety Italian place back home. Once it arrived, it was hot and delicious with generous portions. Hopefully we can go back one day to confirm the slow kitchen the night we went was an anomaly!Grazie molto Ã© stato un piacere lavorare con voi.
4 based on 21 reviews
I like to visit this place. Unofficial atmosphere where the Owner makes the very good pizza for You!
4 based on 17 reviews
Cozy, small, wonderful restaurant with a traditional Italian food! Love the atmosphere and the owner is also very kind and nice gentleman!
4 based on 208 reviews
I would recommend this restaurant for couples seeking a cozy atmosphere, excellent service and delicious select & specialized menu offerings. It was a pleasure to dine in this restaurant and we are looking forward to returning in the near future. The owners are hands on and make you feel at home immediately.Thank you, Kristin & Christian G (party of three).
4 based on 64 reviews
Wood fired, brick oven pizza, and generously sized. Went for lunch, no wait, reasonably priced, good service.
4 based on 45 reviews
I recently went to Munich for business meetings. I stayed at the Innside Munchen Neue Messe and this restaurant was close to the hotel and the office I was meeting at. They accept credit cards including American Express, which was the reason we chose to have our business dinner at La Zucca. They were quite busy for a Tuesday night, but the wait staff did a great job.If in the area again, I would eat here.
4 based on 45 reviews
What a cool neighborhood restaurant this was.... lots of families, as well as friends all enjoying themselves in this restaurant. Aside from Pizza, they have a lot of roast options. Had the lamb shoulder, was ok; colleagues had slouvaki and they really enjoyed it. Service friendly.. food can take a while if it's crowded.
4 based on 91 reviews
The great thing about travelling in Germany as an Englishman is the Germans don't translate everything, menus are in German ( as a rule ) this makes eating out fantastic fun, and choosing a beer even better. And I'm being serious, in spain everything is in English, where is the fun in that! So maybe I accidentally ordered a pizza with a chewy base with a distinctly fresh from the freezer texture. I also ordered a salad to start and a beer in the interim. Again this could be a cultural divide, but I had to wait for the food before I could have my beer, despite me asking three times. In fact everything arrived in unison, starter, pizza, and beer - like a McDonald's happy meal - except for my experience the result was not so happy. Having said all the above, the staff were very helpful, and the restaurant is certainly popular, and the setting is very pleasant.
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