Reviews on European food in Vicenza, Province of Vicenza, Italy. Vicenza’s history dates back to pre-Roman times, but it’s a Renaissance figure, Andrea Palladio, with whom the city is most associated. One of the preeminent figures in Western architecture, Palladio built more than twenty buildings here, including the Basilica Palladiana, the Palazzo Chiericati (home to Vicenza’s museum and art gallery), the Teatro Olimpico (his last and some say greatest work) and many other palaces and villas, leading UNESCO to designate the city as a World Heritage Site.
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4 based on 417 reviews
Superb dinner at this delightful restaurant. Staff were very good and worked amazingly as a team. Expresso Martini is a must have! The prawn with rice to start and the ham were perfect to start. The sliced beef with veg and the Beef in Parmesan sauce were perfect - but they do cook it rare so if you want it a little more cooked you need to tell them. Desserts were just as good the chocolate fondant with ice cream was perfect. Sat at the little table by the kitchen. Like being at the chefs table - what a pleasure to watch the kitchen at work - so incredibly efficient A must visit!!!!
4 based on 1228 reviews
Angolo Palladio Ã¨ un angolo di Vicenza, di cultura Veneta, di arte storica, di gente immersa in un mondo senza tempo ma dentro ai tempi nostri. La filosofia che costituisce lâanima di Angolo Palladio Ã¨ un insieme di tradizioni e di innovazioni, di semplic
The place is fantastic. Just attached to the Basilica Palladian, a stunning monument that releases a majestic atmosphere of the Vicenza important past. But the contrast with the very poor service of the restaurant destroyed the good sensations. I was there with international business guests and it was very hard to sustain the reliability and quality of our company service after choosing such a disorganized and not friendly place.Food was below average as well. The pizzas were not cooked enough, probably because they messed up their backing oven organization...
4 based on 423 reviews
Small typical restaurant with traditional Tyrolean and Vicenza, suitable for business dinners and romantic evenings.Open daily except on Sundays from 12.00 To 14.30 And from 19.00 To 22.15
This was a pleasant evening with good food and good wine. Not exceptional but adequate. The service was good and we could recommend this restaurant as a reasonable place to enjoy a reasonable meal - certainly not pricey. The fettuccine was very good; the ravioli heavy and too much honey with the pumpkin, but ok. The goulash was bland , the dumpling would have been adequate to sink whatever. The pannacotta was unremarkable, maybe a trifle heavy. The chocolate sauce - I thought it was a commercial squirt. Ambience was good, and service fine. No push to evict us!!
4 based on 221 reviews
Our friend introduced us to this place. It's family owned and our host Enrico was very gracious. We had the antipasti sampler and it was delicious. Just perfect. The selection of steak/meat was amazing. Cooked in perfection. We're a fan of this place. Will definitely be back.
4 based on 241 reviews
We were staying in an AirBNB in Monte Berico and we found this small corner eatery after walking down the hill to down town for a Friday night dinner. We chose this spot because it was clean, well lit, and there were a few tables open. We also were tired and didn't want to walk another several blocks. Glad we chose this place!Yes, the pizza is fantastic. Plenty of choices so whatever you pick, you're going to enjoy it. For beer lovers, this place has a good selection of MÃ¶nchshof Bavarian beer. We chose a bottle of prosecco that was reasonably priced but not as cheap as you will find from local vineyards. Still, the value is there especially if you try to buy a bottle in Venice! We also ordered a great appetizer of black peppered mussels. Dessert was also fantastic. Couldn't miss a great chocolate soufflÃ© and coconut ice cream for my wife. The price for our dinner was a good value. We will definitely return here as Vicenza is our new home town for the next few years. Ciao!grazie mille di cuore
4 based on 257 reviews
Dear customers,for those who do not know us yet we say we are a family that has this restaurant since 2004.Our cuisine is typical Venetian prevalent fish that is proposed by the day on the blackboard at the entrance, as well as meat dishes.Our main object
We were there as the first clients and the owner tooked a lot of time explaining the menu because it was all writen in Italian. We followed his suggestion and afterwards we were pleased with his choise. After a while there were more customers. Even some rich peope where dining there.Thank you very much for your opinion. Come back soon
4 based on 190 reviews
Il ristorante EL COQ si trova in Piazza dei Signori a Vicenza, di fronte alla splendida Basilica Palladiana e vanta di essere l'unico ristorante Stellato Michelin della cittÃ . Lo Chef Ã¨ il giovane Lorenzo Cogo
I am going to be brief. It was terrible. Everything served to all six of us. We waited a long time for anything to be served. After 90 minutes and inedible starters we asked for both the bill and the opportunity to speak to the chef. Although we could see him clearly behind the plate glass window separating the dining room and the kitchen, the waiter said he wasn't there. Well, ducking down below the level of the window does not constitute "not here." The place is a shambles and a sham. There is better food at almost anywhere else. AVOID THIS PLACE.Buongiorno, a questa patetica recensione non credo valga neanche la pena di rispondere in Inglese visto che non ha senso riferirsi o prendersela direttamente con un cliente che ha sbagliato totalmente ristorante e che per limitata cultura non ha capito dov'Ã¨ finito. Il sottoscritto come Chef e titolare, in una situazione cosÃ¬ unica e per fortuna rara, ha preferito non aumentare l'imbarazzo creato dai signori clienti che hanno offeso gratuitamente tutti i clienti di El Coq definendoli degli idioti che non capiscono assolutamente niente di cibo, quando il problema mi sembra ovviamente opposto. I signori non hanno aspettato 90 minuti ma hanno consumato l'aperitivo di benvenuto e la portata, molto importante per noi, del pane. Non mi dilungo in spiegazioni inutili che non servono, visto che, io ed il mio team lavoriamo quotidianamente non per essere insultati da persone con assenza di cultura gastronomica ma per i nostri clienti che vogliono vivere un'esperienza all'interno di El Coq.Sono perÃ² molto offeso con una struttura come TripAdvisor che per l'ennesima volta si presenta solamente come una macchina da soldi ai danni dei ristoratori senza tutela. Una struttura mediatica che gioca con i soldi altrui, dimenticando che se questo portale esiste Ã¨ solo attraverso sacrifici e investimenti che di tasca nostra facciamo, senza perÃ² essere minimamente ascoltati anzi, pure oscurati e censurati!Vergognatevi. L.C.
4 based on 531 reviews
Il Querini da Zemin is an elegant restaurant located in Vicenza, hosted by Da Porto Hotel & Residence, a few km far from the city center, easily reachable from the highway exit of Vicenza Ovest. A refined and high level dining experience is guaranteed by
We had dinner here last night. We went for the meat tasting menu at 45 euros a head. For this we got water, a selection of starters, two types of pasta, two types of main and one pudding and coffee. But what we found great was that the price also included a glass of well chosen wine to match each course. Including a welcome glass of Prossecco. The decor has the feel of a holiday camp and you half expect after the plates had been cleared to have a game of bingo. But the food was exceptional and the staff warm and friendly. We shall definitely return.
4 based on 535 reviews
Closed on Mondays, On Saturdays opens for Dinner only
One of the most significant places to eat around Vicenza. Very interesting menu, fresh and tasty food. A bit sophisticated and pricey but if worth it.Do not hurry to order desert, there is a cheif's special sweats waiting after you are done;)
4 based on 1542 reviews
We dropped in here out of curiosity and ended out getting Bacalao lasagna, duck ragu (which we put on tagliatelle) plus some mortadella and culatello ham, which we brought back to our Airbnb. All excellent quality and delicious. Staff really helpful and friendly too! Tried to go again two days later but it was Sunday and just closing. Boo boo.
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