Discover Restaurants offering the best Contemporary food in Bellamonte, Predazzo, Province of Trento including 'L Bortoleto, L chimpl da Tamion, El Filo, Baita Checco
5 based on 106 reviews
Un pranzo veloce, con amici, appena seduti, il tempo di ordinare e arriva un aperitivo di benvenuto, poi avendo fretta e non molto appetito optiamo per una pasta fresca con verdure pomodoro e basilico. Una freschezza gradevole con fiocchi di ricotta e verdure croccanti, in una parola buonissima. Molto buono anche il vino della casa, prezzo giusto. Ambiente molto gradevole e servizio professionale.
5 based on 277 reviews
Maybe the best restaurant in the Fassavalley !You have to try
We had a very nice evening.Warm atmosphere, exelent food.Deserves the michelin star 100Â«solutely outstanding quality / price performance ratio.Everything was delicious, a very good quality of ingredients and prepareation of the courses.Local dishes.Great evening. Thank you. I will come back!
4 based on 532 reviews
Quite a few refined dishes in this cute restaurant. The complimentary bead basket offers several appealing options to go with the very good olive oil and whipped butter. A couple of varieties of bread were a little under-baked.Tagliolini with truffle featured perfectly elastic, high quality pasta, cooked just right. The truffle shavings were few but intense. In the other primo, canederli were elegant and soft, and the accompanying beetroot mousse/espuma was intense - but the star of this dish was the cheese (I think Trentingrana)!A main of venison was good, the meat tender,. But it was not well trimmed, with some gristle remaining, and also it was forming a pool of bloody fluid since it had not been well rested. The advertised pine-nuts were not in evidence, but there was an excellent pumpkin puree and spinach as garnish. The other main was vegetarian, a very tender cabbage leaf filled with creamy (goat) cheese, and some delicious panfried ceps.Desserts were modern, captivating versions of the old classics, tiramisu and pannacotta. All good, balanced and light, though the pannacotta was on the heavy side.Prices tend to be a little high for the region, but on the other hand the quality was very good. What was a little annoying was that they were higher than what was advertised on the website, not a good practice I think. On the other hand I appreciated that wines are very fairly priced. Service was cheerful, energetic and efficient.On my experience this is one of the best choices in the area in its price category.
4 based on 815 reviews
This is one of three restaurants when arriving up hill at Ciampedie in Vigo di Fassa. First of all the service is great, friendly, attentive, fast even during busy lunch hours, multilingual. The menu is full of local foods, a lot prepared by the restaurant (pasta, sausage, grappa, bread and more). We started with an aperitivo (apparel spritz and hugo) which was served with a deluxe plate of little snacks (friend slices pancetta, tasty croutons of a dark bread and a snack filled with local cheese. We had an amazing platter of different cuts of meat and local cheeses and had a great wine to go with it. It came served with some baked potatoes and preserved vegetables, and of course a basket of bread. We sat outside in the sun enjoying the amazing view and the food. We had a great time. At the end we were treated to some home made grappa: amazing!
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