Reviews on Italian food in Schwelm, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany including Da Francesco, La Grappa, Ristorante Da Pino, Ristorante Piccolo, Trattoria Lorenzo, Amalfi Il Ristorante, Trattoria Genova, D' Aquila Restaurant, Ristorante Pizzeria Haus Mallack, Aposto Wuppertal
3 based on 20 reviews
Wir waren heute Abend mit Freunden zum Essen verabredet.Es war ein richtig gelungener Abend. Super AtmosphÃ¤re, leckeres Essen und ein echt super freundliches und aufmerksames Personal!! Die negativen Kritiken kann ich nicht bestÃ¤tigen bzw. nachvollziehen.Es ist zwar etwas âlauterâ durch die GrÃ¶Ãe des Restaurants und den hohen Decken; aber es war nicht unangenehm.Es ist ein Besuch wert; wir werden wiederkommen! Macht weiter so!!!Hi Anja, danke fÃ¼r dein Ã¼berragendes Feedback! Wir feiern dich dafÃ¼r und freuen uns auf deinen nÃ¤chsten Besuch. Dein Aposto Team
4 based on 25 reviews
While visiting this town with friends I was lucky enough to discover this authentic Italian style restaurant and need I say more that they completely delivered beyond my expectations. The salmon pizza is by far the best I have had to date and the service was extremely friendly which is hard to come across in Germany. Being a waiter and working in the industry I can honestly say that I cannot wait to return to this place to continue to try the menu and I truly enjoyed my dining experience. Well done and see you soon Haus Mallack :)
5 based on 41 reviews
Great ambience, beautifully renovated. We were served by a young lady Who did a great job. Instead of a starter for everybody, we ordered two plates, anti pasti to share among 7. Really delicious, typical Italian, aubergine, zucchini, mushrooms, prawns in milk aoli, olives ect.The pasta dishes were very good( large portions) and the dorade perfectly prepared. Unfortunately no room for desert. A great dry white wine, served well chilled. A most enjoyable evening, very friendly staff.
We visited the trattoria with all in all 8 people. The service was very slow and it took quiet long until our pizzas arrived (the dough is already made and cooks very fast...) which was surprising. They don't offer a kids menu and neither small pizzas or half pizzas for the kids. The pizzas were good though. A smiling waiter would make the visit much nicer.
4 based on 220 reviews
The staff is service minded and speaks english. The menu is only in German but they will explain or if you are Italian you can understand the dish name :) Location is central, nice interior and vibe.Food was served fast, tasteful and good price.
4 based on 19 reviews
Surprised not to find this restaurant on Tripadvisor, I 'begged' them to add it, and I'm proud to be the first reviewer. After long searching, we finally found it: the best italian restaurant in Wuppertal! And it's our 'local'!This place is a jem: the Lorenzo family comes from Sicily, and they can cook! The food is totally authentic. The pasta is always fresh: the daily specials will not disappoint you! You have got all the 'classics' and some fantastic ravioli with unusual twists (e.g. veal and figs). Pizza is thin, tasty, just the right amount of topping... The antipasti are great: we were even served some delicious fennel salad: I think I've never eaten it in an italian restaurant outside Italy! They also have a good choice of wines, and being a fan of the sicilian ones, I have an easy life...The ambiente is cosy (there is also a small, simple courtyard at the back for alfresco dining in summer) and the service super-friendly.Enough said, just try it!
annonciertes Bitburger Pils in Veltins GlÃ¤sern auf Krombacher Deckeln und abgerechnet auf Stauder Pils BlÃ¶cken. Geschenkt !Verschiedenste Pizzen gehabt mit Freunden, kann man machen, Nudeln waren leider nix.
4 based on 19 reviews
Food is simply good, with good variety of dishes. Prices are reasonable and wine choice is always interesting with Italian wines.Service is pretty friendly and pro. And the ultimate tip: there is from time to time the fish of the day - always a pleasure to eat!
4 based on 27 reviews
Nice little restaurant, nice staff, good food
This is one of many italian restaurants in Schwelm, all revolving around the old centre... would need to try the other for comparison. The room is cosy and the atmosphere is lively: several families with kids, which I normally see as a sign of friendliness. The food is good quality: a nice variety of the usual antipasti and a lovely tris of bruschette, after which we ordered a vegetarian lasagna and a bistecca alla pizzaiola. Both were nice, but lacked the wow factor. The lasagna was a bit 'slim' on the veggies. I would say, go there, make up your own mind. Will it become my favourite? No. Would I go again: yes, when I need a change from the Wuppertal offer.
4 based on 23 reviews
We are extending the search for the best italian to Schwelm... We tried 'da Francesco' on a Sunday evening, without booking. No problem finding a table for 2, although the place was well visited, and a few guests were accomodated on a pretty terrace (unfortunately giving onto the main street). I loved the deco inside, with some 'frescos' (including 'The last Supper') made to appear as if they were found by scraping the wall. The atmosphere is nice, although to say the service is familiar is exaggerated: the waitress had very long chats with some returning customers / friends, but only spent seconds with us. We had beef carpaccio and bruschettas as starters: the carpaccio was amazing (a beautiful cut of meat), the bruschetta was very good and with the right amount of garlic, albeit a bit small. My husband ordered a lasagna, but unfortunately the spaghetti con l'astice (crab) had run out, so I settled for black tagliolini with scampi. The latter were very tasty, and they definitely hadn't saved on the prawns. The lasagna was disappointing: nicely cooked, but we could find several layers of pasta with nothing in between, not much filling at all and covered with what was very likely Gouda. The classical italian lasagna doesn't have a thick layer of cheese on top, normally just a good sprinkle of parmesan, and if cheese needs to be (Ã¼berbacken!) for the german customers, then at least some proper mozzarella! I then ordered a pannacotta, which came with a layer of caramel (so more like a crÃ¨me caramel as a pannacotta)... overly sweet. So, overall, some great dishes and some less convincing ones. It's a good place, but we'll carry on looking.
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