Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Leivi, Province of Genoa, Italy including Villa Porticciolo, Ristorante Pepen, Il Mio Ristorante, Malu, Osteria u Pellegrin, Ostaia Ca' da gurpe al mare, Ristorante Trattoria Da Rostio, Il Frantoio, Pizzeria M'aMa, San Rufino
4 based on 43 reviews
We went to this place and had a great time! 4 adults and 4 kids 3-7 years of age. They started with some appetizers. And some more. And some more. We started to wonder when we would get to see the menu. Well.. we didn't get a a menu. The dishes just kept coming. Delious food. The kids loved it too. As mentioned before the view is stunning. The hills, the sea. A beautiful sunset to complete it all. Then we got the bill... 120â¬. For the 8 of us! Including drinks, wine, dessert etc!!!!
4 based on 757 reviews
We stayed in Lavagna for a long weekend and asked our receptionist about best pizza in town. She said it's in Chiavari, about 20 minutes walk, but it worth. She was definitely right. We had no reservation but got a table on the terrace for 1,5 hours. The staff barely speaks english, for me it was a sign that we are at the right place..:DIf you are lucky enough, you can sit on the other side of the street and watch the sunset over the mountains.We have tried the pesto pizza (of course) and the 4 formaggi. Both were fantastic especially with the vine we chose. For desert I tried the ananas (pineapple with a super delicious vanilla icecream).
4 based on 284 reviews
Quick lunch.Location is not really on the way...Also the entrance is not the best: at the end of a steep climb to be covered on foot.Place appears as an old style restaurant, family-operated business.Anyway, food is not bad. Traditional Ligurian dishes.Very cheap.A very sore point: POS out of order.
4 based on 92 reviews
Ricardo our host during our visit to Chavari told us to go and he was right! We were staying just over the hill from the coast and had passed Rostio several times during our visit and when we got there, wow!Rostio is authentic! No menus in English and just a few words spoken in our tongue, but not a problem! We figured it all out...except for the quantity of food we got!We each ordered our lunch entree and and an antipasto plate of local specialties. That plate was more than a meal and we had lots of leftovers to nosh on for later.Since we were there for lunch, we "foreigners" were sort-of the entertainment of both the locals coming to eat and the staff perplexed by our cowboy twang :-)
4 based on 458 reviews
Stumbled on this place through tripadvisor. It was superb, in a town we didn't think offered much this was a complete surprise. You don't chose from a menu, but you are served with loads of fabulous dishes, using mainly fish and local ingredients. Accompanied by bucket loads of lovely local frizzante wine! All for â¬35 per head, I have no idea how they do it. And then to top it, the owner took us back to our hotel in his people carrier. Not sure why anyone would stay in Chiavari, but I'd come back to eat here!!
4 based on 267 reviews
We have been here three times now - purposefully, we aim for this place whenever we are in Italy, or at least in the Val Fontanabuona area. This is a wonderful family restaurant, and people drive here from far away to enjoy their bounty, and their wonderful dishes. They are small, local, and terrific on their fritto misto, their ravioli, and anything we have ever eaten has left us groaning with pleasure. Local food, made properly, in the center of town. You could miss it if you weren't aiming for it. Small sign. The town ( Romaggi) is at the top of a hill, with Roman ruins nearby, and a dwindling population in town, a magnificent old church, with bell tower ( companile) and old church organ. Many families from this area ended up in the US, and so families visit when returning.
4 based on 302 reviews
We are a small family run restaurant. We are 5 minutes walk from the sea and the city center. Our specialties are pizzas, local dishes and dishes from Friuli Venezia Giulia. We offer nice events theme nights. Dogs are welcome. Reservations recommended.
Lovely little restaurant just slightly away from the main centre of Chiavari. Great pizza selection with a mixture of bianca and tomato bases, along with a decent pasta choice and antipasti. My husband loved his 'white' pizza and I enjoyed my local specialty panseti con salsa di noci, both of high quality along with the really good bread that came with the cover charge. Just be aware that the staff speak little to no English (not a problem for us as we wanted to practise Italian and came armed with offline Google translate) but the dessert selection wasn't on a menu and I only understood two or three things being said and there was no cabinet to view. If you have it on a card at least you can translate the words. Overall a great experience and we would go back.
4 based on 383 reviews
A very cozy little restaurant just outside Chiavari's city centre, next to the junction of the motorway. The emphasis is on (very fresh) seafood but there are other options (the menu is rather extensive). The food is delicious: traditional yet with a twist, and the presentation of the dishes is in line with their quality. The service is professional yet friendly. The couple (chef and wife) who runs the restaurant is very nice and passionate. We only had a glass of wine and did not explore the wine list, but it looked complete. Excellent price/quality ratio in the range of 35-55 euro per person, depending on menu choice and wine. Warmly recommended.Dear Alessandro,thank you very much for your opinion about our Restaurant. We hope to see you soon again.Lo staff
4 based on 685 reviews
I was visiting the area and this restaurant was recommended. It did not disappoint. We opted for the 35 Euro fixed menu and it was plate after plate uniqueness. Everything was fresh and delicious. From the shrimp appetizer to the anchovies to the pasta and pineapple dessert, it was all captivating and new. The location was interesting, set inside a cave with melted candles and frying pan lighting. Wine, water and espresso was included. The service was excellent (to include a parting gift along with a chocolate limoncello drink). No doubt this will be a life time memory for me. It was more then a meal, it was an experience.
4 based on 157 reviews
A HISTORIC MANOR of the end of '800 facing the sea : location for exclusive EVENTS , new RESTAURANT
We were staying at the Grand Bristol hotel in Rapallo end of September 2016 and the weather was excellent so walking about we passed the Villa twice a day for 4 days before we worked out how to get to it as their signage was a bit lacking - but eventually went into the communal park and found the entrance gate! So glad we did. It is an oasis of calm away from the bustle and traffic of downtown Rapallo and simply stunning views from the terrace. Very romantic and nicely furnished.Had dinner and then came back for our last holiday lunch. Both times the service was attentive and the food excellent. Enjoyed the risotto with strawberries and the sea bass baked in salt - well cooked and not overdone as sadly it can be.Overall it is a cut above any other restaurant in Rapallo and we would thoroughly recommend seeking it out if you are staying in or near Rapallo.
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