Ivrea (Italian pronunciation: [iˈvrɛːa]; French: Ivrée, Latin: Eporedia) is a town and comune of the Metropolitan City of Turin in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy. Situated on the road leading to the Aosta Valley (part of the medieval Via Francigena), it straddles the Dora Baltea and is regarded as the centre of the Canavese area. Ivrea lies in a basin that in prehistoric times formed a large lake. Today five smaller lakes — Sirio, San Michele, Pistono, Nero and Campagna — are found in the area around the town.
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4 based on 193 reviews
domeniche di dicembre fino a Natale sempre aperti con tante specialita,su tutte il fritto misto alla piemontese,sempre presente sulla nostra tavola il venerdi e il sabato tutto l'anno
We stumbled across this small restaurant by accident. I don't know if it opens in the evening, but it was certainly busy with mainly local people and a few tourists at lunchtime. Service is swift, but the food is freshly prepared and delicious. There is a set menu with a choice of three first and second courses for around eleven euros total. We left well satisfied with everything (even the toilets are gleaming!) and will definitely go there again.
4 based on 199 reviews
Ristorante di tradizione Canavesana e Piemontese
Ristorante Aquila Antica in Ivrea - Note that the phone number listed by TA is incorrect. Check out their website for the correct number, menu and seasonal dishes. We arrived in Ivrea for the Battle of the Blood Oranges and Carnival without a reservation for dinner. We were delighted that Aquila Antica was able to accept our request for a table for two in the late afternoon for 7:30 that evening. The restaurant offers traditional dishes from the Piedmont region, serves primarily the locals and was packed the evening when we dined there. Service was friendly, professional and prompt. The menu was in Italian (no other languages available) and offered a variety of dishes with an extensive wine list. My husband enjoyed his first plate of veal with tuna sauce and I choose poorly, not understanding that I had ordered cod pate with balsamic vinegar; which was OK. My husband order entrecote of veal which came with potatoes; he said it was excellent. I order the seasonal special of cod with polenta, which I enjoyed. Total cost of the meal with one bottle of wine (14EU) water and service was 65EU. We enjoyed our meal here and would recommend it.
4 based on 212 reviews
Morbelli has gradually transformed itself from a cheerful wine bar to a modest but stylish restaurant. The former 'atmospheric' bric-a-brac has been removed or suppressed, and the kitchen renovated. The food is local and good, the wine local and well chosen, the service brisk, and the general impression is of well managed, bustling good cheer. It has never disappointed.
4 based on 278 reviews
been with a friend to try their set menu........the 25 euro ones where you can get a selection of 6 appetizer (cold and warm) excellent the baccala cream...
then we got a seabass each.....
maybe they should be more flexible with the options and the selections in the set menus.....
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Firstly, if you like wine, this restaurant has an outstanding list.
The menu covers for local tastes (pig cheeks, pasta with sweetbread, loads or artichoke) as well as maybe more conservative hotel visitors.
Staff were helpful and attentive, with a good level of spoken English for the non-Iatalian speakers amongst us.
4 based on 303 reviews
Busy place on a Thursday evening late February. The pizza with Boletus mushroom was very good, and the serivce was also good. But.... drum roll.... "Tarta chocolata" (spelling??) which looked like a lonely slice of dry cake was out of this world. Order some Limincello with it and a coffee and you will be in heaven. Four pizzas, wine and two desserts came to €54.
4 based on 434 reviews
Fresh food, warm environment, good wines, affordable prices: everything you need to make the best out of you lunch or dinner! Stefania and her staff will choose daily the best foods available and will cook them for you. fausto will serve you the dishes cheerfully and will be very happy to offer a piece of advice on food and wine matching.
A good place where to eat in Ivrea....good food, good service and...fair price but.....maybe the feeling is not so good: standard furnitures, no wine list, basic menu, too warm inside, etc.....But the final result is positive the price/quality ratio is good. we had a mixed antipasto (with salami, ham, cheese fondue and some vegetable that was ok...and really interesting "gnocchi di castagne"..A really good dolcetto and a grappa closed the evening....So..to sum up: if You are looking a good place here to eat is OK..if You are looking a charming or romantic place.....maybe not...
4 based on 228 reviews
I come here very often and i have to say that i find myself very satisfied.The food quality is quite good,everything that i eaten here was great.The staff is nice and the service is very fast.The prices are surprisingly small and the restaurant is large and well taken care off.The only bad thing is that sometimes they tend to bring all the dishes together so they could get cold in the meantime.Overall it is a great place to eat.Oh...and another great thing:the floor is an aquarium.
4.5 based on 233 reviews
Very pleasant and enjoyable meal by Lago Sirio. Fixed price with good selection of antipasti. Good value.
3.5 based on 224 reviews
If you're planning to trip in Piemont and your route will go near Ivrea, make a stop to eat a delicious pizza and drink a local beer in this pizzeria. You wont regret it !
If you go on weekend it's better to reserve a table.
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