Reviews on Italian food in Gravedona, Italy including la cucina del pontile, Ristorante osteria Al Vecchio Bacucco, La Fattoria Ristorante Pizzeria a Brenzio, Agriturismo Sorsasso, Ajo Drink & Food, Ca de Matt, Cantina & Bottega, Osteria Del Bumbardin Sas Di Marco Gerosa & C, La Trave, Crotto Isidoro
Things to do in Gravedona ed Uniti
4 based on 181 reviews
Locale ad apertura stagionale (maggio/ottobre) con posti a sedere all'aperto. Cucina tipica locale. Ottima vista sul lago di Como.
Basic food, and basic menu ... perfect if you're indecisive about menus!!! Awesome spot up in the hills behind Dongo. A few other Crottos along the path also... only tried this one, but would be keen to give the others a go! Great place for lunch. A must do on a stay around lake Como.
4 based on 239 reviews
Where do you start in describing one of the best Sunday lunches of all time?Let's start with the location. It's perched high above Lake Como, with breathtaking views.It's run by a delightful woman who speaks English and who squeezed us in even though we hadn't booked: top tip, book this place for Sunday lunch before you leave for your holiday in the high season or you may not get in. We went in early May, and it was full with locals. You can sit out on the terrace but you'll get more of the authentic Italian Sunday lunch experience inside.Pick the amazing set price lunch menu which was 28 Euros when we visited - there were cheaper options or an a la carte menu. You start with a choice of antipasto misto, gnocchi or buckwheat noodles - at least, we thought you did and were surprised when we weren't asked what we wanted. The reason for that was that you get ALL of them. Our first course actually consisted of fried mozzarella balls, a plate of delicious ham and mushrooms, another platter of two kinds of home-made salami and two kinds of ham, a plate of pickles and Russian salad, a hot home-made salami with polenta, followed by the buckwheat noodles and the best gnocchi we've ever tasted.Then it's into the recovery position until the main course arrives - a plate of grilled vegetables and grilled lamb, spare ribs, steak and chicken, with more polenta. It was so big - and we knew there was more to come - so we asked the nice lady if we could take some of the meat home with us, American-style. This, of course, she was happy to do, so don't feel bashful about asking for it. Pudding was the largest slice of tiramisu you ever did see, ice cream, sorbet, marmalade cake or a delicious wobbly panna cotta. For the sake of clarity - you only get one of those!We then went out onto the terrace to gaze at that view with our coffees. You could also have had a digestif but those roads down were pretty steep and narrow, so we passed on that. With (the very good house) wine, it cost us less than 70 Euros for two but we'd have happily paid twice for one of the best dining experiences ever. You see what I mean when I say that five stars weren't enough. Grazie Mille!
4 based on 171 reviews
We loved stumbling across this restaurant. The staff were so accommodating (we arrived after the official lunchtime serving hour and they adapted the menu to suit us as vegetarians). They clearly take great pride in their food and explained each dish and itâs origins. Weâd definitely go back.
Where to eat Barbecue food in Castel Volturno: The Best Restaurants and Bars
4 based on 117 reviews
We visited this restaurant after stumbling upon it. What a find. A brilliantly simple and simply brilliant concept. Organic, lovingly chosen food and wines cooked with authenticity and provenance. The future must surely belong to people with passion, skill and an understanding of where what we eat comes from rather than the soulless âseen it all beforeâ establishments . Go but please understand that it doesnât do what everyone else does. And thatâs a brilliant thing.
Province of Naples, Italy Food Guide: 10 Neapolitan food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Lacco Ameno
4 based on 396 reviews
We were directed to the Osteria Mat (or Matt) by the owner of Hotel la Villa. It was in a passageway located in a 400 year old building. We sat on a rooftop terrace and it was Magical! And the food was great. I would like to review it
We visited the Ca de Matt twice as we wanted to try some different dishes. There is a nice terrace one stair up. There is a sun/rain screen as peotection if needed. Nice and attending staff, little German/English, but it is Italy so you get along fine with the menue. Great wines and Grappas. We might come back again.
Where to eat Mediterranean food in Martinsicuro: The Best Restaurants and Bars
4 based on 471 reviews
This is a great place if you're looking for something different that isn't traditional Italian food. Mainly burgers on offer with an Italian slant. Chilli di manzo is nice too. Food is cooked in kitchen across the main road. Views from the tables are close to perfect. Slightly expensive. We had a bottle of Pinot Grigio at 18 euros with chilli, 2 burgers and a bruschetta followed by two desserts for under 75 euros. Worth a visit.
Where to eat European food in Cornaredo: The Best Restaurants and Bars
5 based on 373 reviews
Restaurant open only with reservation! winery with tasting of Lake Como tipical cuisine. reservation only. Seasonal opening or reservation only.
We ate here and had a truly fabulous experience , the food wine and views over the lake were all superb! Sylvia is an excellent host and explains the food and wine - all part of the fixed price menu . I let her know when I booked that a vegetarian meal was required and that was sorted ! A lovely family atmosphere - all worth the journey up a very steep hill to get there!
Where to eat Pizza food in Ricadi: The Best Restaurants and Bars
4 based on 312 reviews
Il ristorante la fattoria si trova a brenzio in una piccola frazione di Gravedona ed uniti. Oltre alla vista panoramica e a due grandi terrazze il ristorante offre paste fresche fatte in casa, specialitÃ valtellinesi e di pesce di lago, grigliate tagliate
We went with our 3 kids. The staff was really busy and did not manage to get the meals on the right order and at the right time. Pizzas were good but nothing special. Risotto was sooooo oily.... Nothing special and the view is not so nice...Buona sera Antonie...Sono molto dispiaciuta a leggere questa recensione..Il mercoledÃ¬ sera da 5 anni a questa parte siamo soliti fare la promozione della pizza che ti permette di scegliere una pizza una bibita e un caffÃ¨ a soli 10 euro...ovviamente il ristorante era pieno ma io personalmente sono subito venuta a prendere l ordine...e dato che la memoria non mi manca avete ordinato 3 baby margherite una speck e Zola e lei ha ordinato un riso al pesce persico....tutte queste pietanze sono arrivate insieme e di questo ne sono sicura io personalmente....Parla di olio nel riso?Ã fuori strada....trattasi di burro rigorosamente nostrano e salvia....Ricordo anche che vi siete seduti dentro dato che la nostra terrazza panoramica era completamente riservata e lei ha chiamato decisamente troppo tardi...ovviamente dall interno la vista non Ã¨ bellissima....
Most Popular Italian food in Chivasso, Province of Turin, Italy
4 based on 361 reviews
Restaurant with large terrace and view breathtaking. mozza Typical cuisine of the area ... and beyond. Specialities: Fiorentina from Cook on the table on the stone. Pasta and desserts all homemade. Authenticity, simplicity and kindness in a simple yet ref
Nice set menu for a group of friends, good value, large quantities for traditional dishes of average quality. Pity for the mouldy cake that was served at the end of lunch. Although the owners seemed sincerely sorry, definitely something that should not have happened.
Where to eat Neapolitan food in Cetara: The Best Restaurants and Bars
4 based on 78 reviews
Welcome to La cucina del pontile! The restaurant, located in a small village in Lake Como, enjoys a breathtaking view, offering unmissable sunsets. Its excellent location is easily accessible by car, bus or ferry. The picturesque promenade along the lake
The view speaks for itself, this is the beautiful part of Lake Como after all! The food is exquisite, interesting dishes home-cooked from fresh ingredients - simple yet full of flavour. A refreshing change from the "standard" Italian menu, and free from all the dressy touches that seem to prevail these days. Service is unobtrusive but efficient; dishes are brought to the table as soon as they are cooked, rather than being kept hanging around on the pass waiting until the whole table can be served together. Some may not like this. The family and staff may appear a bit reserved at first - regulars know better, they are delightful - but you may have to give a smile to get one.And to the reviewer who calls this a bad restaurant because they wouldn't allow his dog in, I can assure you that dogs are allowed in (a fault in my book as I hate to see dogs in restaurants) so there must have been some reason.........I'd suggest a return visit without the dog as you are missing a treat.
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