Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Buscate including Osteria dello Sperone, Scia' on Martin, Osteria del Vinacciolo, Pizzeria La Ruota, Ristorante La Locanda, Mozzarella e Pomodoro, Ipanema, Contepiccoli, Gamba de Legn Cafe Bistrot, Ca Mia
4 based on 217 reviews
Who would have imagined such excellent food in a small nondescript bar-trattoria in a small nondescript town on the outskirts of Milan? Despite its good reviews, we never would have wound up here if it hadn't been for a broken leg: I couldn't cook a Christmas Day meal and sought a nearby eatery with a decent holiday prix-fixe menu. Ca Mia's owner was kind enough to make space for our party of three the last minute -- a kind gesture that won points for courtesy. But none of us expected this modest place to serve such outstanding food, and so generously! Ours was a set menu with EIGHT courses: three antipasti, two pasta dishes, a meat course with two side dishes, and a two-course dessert offering, all for â¬ 35 a person. The sformatino of verza (a cabbage mousse with Parmesan fonduta and red cabbage contrast) was outstanding. The chicken liver pate was served on home-made focaccia with lemon-infused erbette as counterpoint. Insalata russa was decorated with hand-carved prosiutto di Parma. The house lasagna had five layers of fresh (not dry) lasagna noodles, each lined with a different meat sauce.The spatzle (gnocchetti from Trentino) were served in a carbonara sauce with a rabbit ragu; the idea was more salivating than the execution for this particular dish. The galletto (young cock) was stuffed, roasted, and served in a light but fragrant reduction. It was flanked by chopped fresh artichokes and a baked potato. After a colourful plate of dates, walnuts, mandarins, and gorgonzola cheese, served with a refreshed supply of bread, the final assault on our digestive system came in the form of panettone and pandoro, both also toasted, and accompanied by a trio of "fresh cremes", one tasting like a light tiramisu, another subtle and sweet, and a third thick and chunked with pistachios. No one in the restaurant survived the entire meal, but everything was so good that we all tried and regretted what we had to consign to doggy bags for consumption next day. Some of these specialties are on Ca Mia's regular menu; others appear periodically. The chef varies his offerings on the basis of market availability and personal whim, and the results range from good to spectacular. Wine choice limited but tuned to the food and competitively priced. For what one course would cost in Milan we enjoyed an excellent meal in congenial (though not soignÃ¨) surroundings. The only negative: the restaurant usually serves 20 at dinner and was hard pressed to cope with 30 at Christmas. The waits between courses were long, exaggeratedly so between pasta and meat. If you go for a holiday meal, figure on spending the entire afternoon . . . as many Italians do anyway. So you will be experiencing a genuine homey ambience, but with food that exceeds most home kitchens.
4 based on 57 reviews
CafÃ¨ Bistrot with italian meals, fish, meat, burgers, cold cuts. Restaurant specialized in grilled meat.
We stopped casually and the friendly waitress welcomed us with a large smile. We had a part of the daily menu as well as a delicious tiramisu (see photo). Absolutely worth the detour! Thank you very much Nlbelet for you visit to our Restaurant Bistrot Gamba de Legn.The staff is very happy for you compliments.Thanks for your beautiful photo of our home-made tiramisÃ¹ See you soon Bistrot Gamba de Legn - Ristorante & Cocktail Bar
4 based on 113 reviews
I try there gnocchi with vongole. Gnocchi was overcooked and soft. Also vongole wasn't good taste but the note is very good because of delicious! tuna with sezam. Really must try everyone who visit this place.
4 based on 393 reviews
Visiting my family in Cuggiono and we had a fantastic dinner at Ipanema. The seafood pasta was fantastic and the service with such a large group was very attentive. My wife had a different pasta dish which was very good. My cousin had a pizza and he again said that the pizza was great. If you are even close to Cuggiono, I would recommend this great family restaurant.
4 based on 32 reviews
This place is one of the numerous pizzerias in this neighborhood, and I choose to eat at it due to the proximity to where I was staying.Hailing from Singapore, I found it amazing that such a plain looking place has hand made pizza made to order in a charcoal oven; it's the basic requirement here in Italy though.The pizzas were tasty and value for money, ranging from 4-6 Euro each. They were open at 3pm too, while most other places selling food are closed. Good for a quick meal to satisfy any cravings.
4 based on 144 reviews
We were invited to this restaurant on a lazy autumn afternoon and ate like kings: a great creative variety matched with the perfect recommended wine.The hosts at the restaurant were cordial and professional and appassionate with their workThank you so much, you are too kind. Hope to see you soon ...
4 based on 157 reviews
i went there to have dinner but it turned out thaht this is a small neighborhood pizzeria, only for take-away. but they allowed me to eat my pizza inside, however there are no tables, plates or knives. the pizza was fabulous, one of the best i ever had, and the people are very friendly. the place is very authentic and low-budget.
4 based on 189 reviews
Arriving in the evening to Malpensa, we decided to drive a little bit and found this Osteria close to the main road. Located in an old villa, in a relaxing atmosphere excellent food was served. We had fish as main dish and it was excellent.
4 based on 194 reviews
Hade to make a quick trip to Italy on business and the company I was visiting gave me this hotel to book as it is only 5 minutes from their site. Hotel is also handy for Malpensa airport. The place is quite dated, but clean and tidy. Staff were friendly when they could be found. Had to go hunting for service early evening at the bar and for someone at breakfast time. Price was reasonable. Would not go back in a hurry.
4 based on 113 reviews
The restaurant at Osteria della Sperone features items that are home-made and hand-made, and the wine selection is large enough to match any palette and any budget. The desserts are all created by a local woman and they (we tried three!) were all fabulous.
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