4 based on 502 reviews
Seven of us visited this restaurant and all were delighted with our individual meals. Everyone ranking between 8.5 and 9 out of 10.The Veal Steak and Pumpkin Lasagne were especially good. An appetiser of mixed Bruschetta for the table was also really tasty.Wines are also very good and are sourced locally.Service is prompt and professional .This restaurant is in a rural location just outside of Canale Monterano and hence, a car is needed.Perhaps a slight negative is the very shrill house telephone that rings very loudly.
4 based on 182 reviews
We found this trattoria by chance after a delightful visit to the Riserva Naturale at Canale Monterano - including a wander round the old abandoned town of 17th century ruins with Etruscan foundations - fascinating and atmospheric. Very welcoming simple restaurant, lovely colourful plate of antipasti di terra, followed by excellent home-made ravioli with ricotta, porcini and walnuts - delicious. With a jug of cold wine, a simple salad, a plate of water melon and coffee we paid just 38 euro for 2. La Tavernetta restored our faith in good food for good prices even in the tourist season not far from Rome. Tante grazie!
4 based on 893 reviews
Our ''Ristoranantino'' has the most beautiful view of the square. If you sit here, you can eat a fantastic plate of fresh pasta looking at the Castle or an excellent grilled salmon fillet with a salad of peas and quinoa. Our menu includes typical dishes o
Bracciano's Ristorante del Castello sits atmospherically beneath the impressive behemoth we later visited. It enjoys the ambiance afforded by the historic castle's largesse, presenting in itself an otherwise indistinctive visual character. Our young waitress proved both charming and supportive. (I'd forgotten to leave her a tip until returning to correct my error the next day).We began with a simple sliced fan style carciofi in EVOO, lime and shaved percorino at E11, a little high in price but the immediate area has a certain chi-chi vicino Romana authoritarian aura. Our thick pastas, possibly homemade, sat in a neutral red tomato sauce, topped with a small dollop of bufalo mozzerella and a wimpy teaspoon of chopped uncooked red shrimp which was supposed, one imagines, to lend impressiveness. The plates were pretty enough, but pricy and bland at E16 x 2. A decent glass of house white was E5. We had a bottle of still water and two (ugh) virtually COLD cappucini. The total bill with tip for so modest a meal came to an imposing E64.As we walked around the corner a bit we saw a (nice looking place) restaurant special lunch offering which included starter, primo, secondo, water and coffee for E18 pp. Peering at the plates, the offerings seemed more appealing as well as an outstanding value. However there was no imposing castle vista if one bent a chair 90 degrees left and 45 degrees back as was the case in our experience. Rating this experience average had more to do with the charming server than anything else. I suspect otherwise we'd have done a 2/5 stars.
4 based on 312 reviews
I was recently in Bracciano with my son and after he finished his game (basketball) he was as hungry as a wolf. We stumbled across this restaurant at 9pm and my goodness what a wonderful suprise!! The place is bright, clean and welcoming and the service great. We both had spaghetti with sea food and then he continued with veg and then melon, we finished off with a glass of digestive each. And the price was only 36 Euro!! The chef Lidia is very talented and also very friendly, great food and service and we will visit again.Thanks for your beautiful review.See you soon!Lidia
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