Reviews on Italian food in Codroipo, Province of Udine, Italy including Un Blanc e Un Neri, Il Piron Dal Re, La di Madot, Da Vanda, Ai Gelsi, Flame 'n Co. Codroipo, Osteria La' di Galas, Spuntino di Campagna, LA TRATTORIA DEL BELVEDERE, Pizzeria Trattoria AL Passeggio
Things to do in Codroipo
4 based on 87 reviews
Thanks he wonderful pizza will make you forget the coloured interior design... Is made by a color blind designer....
4 based on 47 reviews
Welcoming, Today and Antonio Bruna continue the tradition that combines quality and hospitality along with a team of chefs and waiters prepared and creative. We renew the tradition rediscovering the true flavors, authentic: for passion and your piacere.Iv
Un ottimo ristorante di pesce. Antipasti caldi molto buoni con varie portate. In particolare ho trovato eccezionale il polipo riscottato su letto di fagioli. Molto buono il riso ai gamberi e carciofi e poi la tagliata di tonno.
4 based on 272 reviews
the most famous place around for barbecue and the absolute stunning place for the "costa" in the World! Any choice will be the best and incredible experience you will have in your life..... mmmmmh
4 based on 100 reviews
We came here for dinner on one day and back on a Tuesday lunchtime to experience the famous calamari. I don't know how much the dinner was as we didn't pay for it, but I can say that the traditional food we had was delicious. Here you'll find the typical polenta served as a starter with local sausage, or grilled radicchio and bacon, or several other savoury toppings, or as a side dish to goulash or duck main.As a first course we also had the hand made gnocchi with duck ragÃ¹, the home made ravioli with a purple potato filling and much more. Everything was great and we had a lovely evening. We went back there with other friends for lunchtime and we had two kids who they were very happy to cater for with a standard bolognese sauce with homemade gnocchi. We had a selection of food but mainly were there for the calamari, which were soft, light and perfectly fried.Absolutely delighted with them.They also do take away if you want, and it's always very busy on that day.All in all, we all had 3 courses, coffee, drinks and plenty alcohol, the bill came to about â¬20 each for 6 of us. I was very pleased so was my English boyfriend who liked the calamari very much. We'll definitely come back.
4 based on 565 reviews
Flame 'n Co. BRASSERIE EXTRAORDINAIRE, a fantastic place, for style, quality MEAT SELECTED AND PREPARED IN TIME FOR THE IDEA OF A CHEF "STAR", to the spacious garden. Our specialty is the Galletto Italian grilled, the result of successful Chick Boom, anot
The place is huge but nicely furnished, looking almost posh.I had a cheeseburger with chips and it was really nice.the waitresses are nice and welcoming and you can spend a nice night out.
4 based on 129 reviews
NIce atmosphere and nice waiters. Food was nice, specailly I really tuna tartare with creamy butter. The main dish was beef tagliata with potatoes. I I liked soft meat but i didnÂ´t like potatoes very much. I choose tiramisu for desert and it was the best tiramisu in my life. The price for dinner was pretty much regular.
4 based on 284 reviews
If you want to taste the local friulan cuisine this is the place to eat at. Salami with vinegar and onion, deer stew, prosciutto, risotto etc.. Big portions at a decent price.
4 based on 295 reviews
The food served is very local, and freshly made. Good for a quick lunch with average expectations. The quality of the food could be a bit improved.
4 based on 72 reviews
Wow, what an incredible hidden treasure this place is!Located on a nice, quiet street in Codroipo, this restaurant has it all. Lovely interior dÃ©cor in a modern yet classic style, creating a very pleasant and warming atmosphere. Incredibly friendly and attentive staff. Exceptionally scrumptious and well-presented food. Wonderful selection of delectable wines. All in all this was an exceptionally enjoyable dining experience and I would highly recommend booking yourself in!Thank you Il Piron Dal Re, it was an absolute pleasure :)
4 based on 340 reviews
Before going to the Tiepolo exhibit at the Villa Manin just around the corner, I brought my Italian wife, her parents, and two friends visiting us from California to this cozy osteria for lunch. While many of the tables had "Riservato" written on them, we just dropped in and the friendly and gregarious host quickly made room for our party. We were very glad that he did, since the food and wine were both exceptional, all at a reasonable price. Paired with a spectacularly mineral, local skin-contact Pinot Grigio from Specogna (from nearby Corno di Rosazzo), we tried a plate of local cold cuts and cheeses for appetizer, which disappeared quickly. Some of us had spaghettini with tomato confit, pancetta, and rucola, while the others enjoyed hand-made gnocchi with lamb ragu. Both were excellent. My wife never misses an opportunity to have quail, which was on the menu the day we visited. When they brought the plate away, only a dainty pile of tiny bones remained. Not even a crumb of polenta was left! My father in law enjoyed the local pignolo by the glass. While the food was great, it wasn't even the most memorable part of our visit. The host, who I gathered must also have been the owner, explained local sayings and customs to us, told us about his experience of working in San Francisco and nearby cities in the Bay Area, and even sketched us a map of how to get to an easy-to-overlook, ancient local home that was a great complement to our visit to the Villa Manin. Highly recommended.
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