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4 based on 1207 reviews
Having read the trip advisor reviews we were a little hesitant about going here. However I can totally recommend. We had the smoked salmon starter to share and then the veal chop which was cooked to perfection. Staff are friendly, the restaurant is buzzing and a nice change from the tourist menus. We had wine by the carafe which was great value.
4 based on 321 reviews
Great atmosphere, and a wonderful pina colada which comes in a pertty big glass for only 6.50 euros.
4 based on 711 reviews
We went for a wedding at lunch. Beautiful sorroundings with the pristine waters of the lake and a little village view. The food was very good. Appetizers with a good choice of cheese and ham delicacies and fried vegetables. Risotto done in an enourmous pan was delicious and the fassona meat incredible. Also the millefoglie dessert with raspberries was excellent. Great food in a wonderful secluded location.
4 based on 237 reviews
Restaurant in a boat of the year 50' furnished in modern style with dishes of local fish cuisine and Ossola valley.
We stopped for a late dinner at the "Il Battello del Golfo" restaurant which is a housed in a old lake boat moored before the city of Baveno on Lake Maggiore. The tables are spacious, the tableware and glasses very elegant, the service attentive. The menu is traditional italian. As a starter we both ordered raw jumbo shrips with fried leeks, truly spectacular. As a main course I had an excellent tuna steak with a vegetable ratatouille, and my wife ordered cod with red onions and polenta, which I tasted and found also very good. The wine list provides a more than adequate choice, and the prices are quite reasonable. In summary, a romantic restaurnat in an unusual setting with excellent food.
4 based on 552 reviews
It is a nice restaurant with a small garden. The food was delicious, the wine very good and the atmosphere was great
4 based on 553 reviews
My husband and I had a wonderful meal here with our Italian friends. Our friend is an award winning Italian chef and he chose this restaurant as its one of his favorites. The menu is varied with a lots of choices, all excellent. It is easy to get to by bus or car as its right on a main road but certainly not noisy. To star I had a bean and pasta soup and then the home made canneloni which were both wonderful. To finish I had an apple tart with ice cream which was absolutely melt in your mouth. Would definitely put this establishment on our regular visit list!
4 based on 392 reviews
Great food, a fantastic view of the lake, fast service and a great ambiance! Luca, the owner, treats every guest as if he knows them for years and makes sure everyone feels right a home. Definently the best restaurant you can find in feriolo!
4 based on 405 reviews
What a magical setting looking straight down on the swans paddling Lake Maggiore, and the local church tower of the village of Feriolo di Baveno. Seafood Ravioli, Cesar salad with chicken were delicious. We purposely saved room for dessert, a bigne (cream puff) topped with blackberry coulis, and a fine tiramisu. Prices were very reasonable (4 Euros for glass o house wine and our service was very attentive. (Since we )were there early by Italian standards (7:15) on a Tuesday night, there was no wait for a lakefront table. Waiters spoke some English.)
4 based on 631 reviews
Dear Guests,the starting idea of this restaurant embodies one of the themes from the popular movie Amelie (Le Fabuleux destin d'AmÃ©lie Poulain) directed by Jean Pierre Jeunet in 2001, that is to keep a curious eye on the world and take pleasure in the sim
This is a delightful, small (~8 tables) restaurant that is well off the beaten track, but well worth the trek. Glorious food, attentive, efficient, multi-lingual and friendly service. The chef takes pride in periodically coming front-of-house to greet the diners.If you are fastidious or constrained in what you eat then I suggest you check the menu before entering, as it is very limited. Happily, my wife and I are unpretentious and are adventurous when it comes to tasty, well prepared and presented food. We had no problems meeting our desires from the menu (including veal tartare, seafood ravioli, monkfish, tuna, cheesecake, panna-cotta).We were happy to pay ~170â¬; for a starter, a first course, two mains and two deserts, washed down with a bottle of reasonably priced champagne. There is a 5â¬ p.p. cover charge, but you do get a bread basket that is varied, âmore-ishâ and abundant.If it is within your budget, DO NOT pass this charming restaurant by.
4 based on 92 reviews
Eat fine, drink better and laugh all together: this is the Italian magic recipe for a long happy life! Restaurant Ponte Bria welcomes you in the pristine nature of the mountains, with a breathtaking view over the Mottarone, a fine small fishing lake close
If you are looking for excellent food whist sitting in the calm of the countryside then this restaurant is perfect. The views from the patio are beautiful and the small fishing lake behind offers a picturesque backdrop. The food is delicious. We choose: soup, cheeses, hams, pasta and salad. Every dish was tasty and the ingredients fresh. We were there as a family however it would be a perfect place for anyone.
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