Reviews on Italian food in Sansepolcro, Province of Arezzo, Italy. Sansepolcro, formerly Borgo Santo Sepolcro, is a town and comune founded in the 11th century, located in the Italian Province of Arezzo in the eastern part of the region of Tuscany.
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4 based on 292 reviews
Have been visiting here for over 25 years!Never been disppointed!Today was one of the best ever lunches.Cannot imagine there is better in Sansepolcro.... Superb ingredients well handled.The antipasto is sublime.The service is immaculately professional whilst warm and friendly.The coffee is perfect.And the bill was a pleasant suprise... Superb value!Do not miss this excellent place!!!!!Outstanding!
4 based on 130 reviews
I enjoyed today at New Year's lunch, the ristorante "Alla Balestra" (The crossbow) in Sansepolcro, which is the Town of Piero della Francesca (a must to see museum). Looking for something of the local tradition, I asked for their suggestion. I had a very special " Ribollita" followed by a non easy to find " Cervella Fritte " : Fried brains of beef. Fantastic! They were fried with "olio vergine d'oliva" produced from the close to Florence farm of the owner, Mr. Mario. I paired all with a Chianti "RÃ¹fina" from the "Fattoria di Grignano", an excellent choice to repeat, for sure! To choose the two small rooms which are more intimate and it should be amazing to eat at the veranda, during summer. A great traditional restaurant where you can feel the pride of the personnel for the legacy of the town and the passion of a well done job. Last, but not least, I saw on the menu that are indicated the food traceability of the different meal choices. I appreciated it a lot!
4 based on 469 reviews
New management has seen a change in the menu introducing different and interesting choices. Lots of the old regional favourites are still there but the inclusion on lamb, deer, steak tartare etc add interest. All nicely presented. Friendly welcome as always and definitely a place for regular visits.
4 based on 297 reviews
I really enjoyed the food and wine combination of the white wine, a Pecorino Pasetti which I had with shrimp, black rice and saffron sauce for starters and Home made spaghetti, garlic oil and chilli pepper with cod and chick pea cream for main. Excellent. Looks and feels like a proper wine bar with excellent food.
4 based on 180 reviews
My wife and I arrived at the restaurant at about 8:30 and although we did not have a reservation the owner was able to find us a nice table inside. The owner and the waitress were both very friendly indeed despite our lack of Italian! There was no written menu and the waitress was very patient as she explained the dishes available. To be honest my wife and I were very confused and didn't really understand what we had ordered but we were very pleasantly surprised with the dishes that arrived. We started with a shared mixed seafood and fish platter which was very fresh and tasty. This was followed by grilled fish for my wife which were three huge helpings of three different types of fish beautifully cooked. I had the pasta Seaford which was more seafood than pasta and was excellent. The house white was very good and reasonably priced. Overall a great experience and highly recommend a visit although my experience could have been enhanced if I was able to speak a little better Italian and fully understood all the dishes available. On the other hand, my wife would lose the entertainment factor of seeing me struggle with ordering in broken Italian!!
4 based on 245 reviews
This was an amazing experience for lunch during our visit to Sansepolcro earlier in August, and we can't wait to go back! At first, as we sat down in the elegant room and saw the glassware by Bormioli and plates by Ginori, we thought this would be a chic experience, but with cold aloof service and difficult to understand haute cuisine. We were instead happily surprised by the very warm welcome of the Mercati family who run this restaurant and by the authentic way in which the cuisine brought out the deep flavors of Tuscany, with an emphasis on respecting nature when sourcing ingredients. The front staff where all very efficient and helpful and it was clear that the guests at the other tables were enjoying themselves as well. On top of it, the restaurant is in an optimal location on the same street as the museums of Sansepolcro. Truly a gem of a restaurant in what is already a gem of a town!
4 based on 947 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
5 based on 219 reviews
And what a lunch it was . I cannot remember how many courses! And the wine and the dessert and the liquors! A place to revisit in Autumn whe there is a lot of funghi around. The outside seating is perfect, the service impeccable. The portions! Go try.
4 based on 78 reviews
Combining elegance and experience with unparalleled service and quality Garden restaurant is the perfect setting for banquets, celebrations but also a for a quick work lunch or a romantic meal for two. Serving traditional dishes where the characteristic f
The hidden gem of the hotel, great cousin and wine. Both meat and fish. We had a fish menu but the meat one was also interesting.
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.
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