Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Scopello. The Commune of Scopello (Italian: Comune di Scopello; population about 450) is located in the Valsesia region of the Italian Pennine Alps, in the Piedmontese Province of Vercelli. The municipality covers an area of 18.62 square kilometres (7.19 sq mi) and ranges in elevation from 640 to 1,930 metres (2,100 to 6,330 ft) above sea level. Its main centre of population, and the capoluogo of the commune, is the small town of Scopello which stands on the river Sesia at an elevation of 659 metres (2,162 ft).
Things to do in Scopello
3 based on 851 reviews
La Terrazza Restaurant has always been the best choice for a cozy atmosphere with a panoramic view of the sea. The Terrace offers typical seafood dishes, we also suggest together with the typical foods of the Trapani coast, excellent local and national wi
Ordered a steak, got pork instead. Waiter tried to convince us it was beef. I insisted I did not eat pork but they donât care and will lie to you with a straight face. Whether you donât eat pork for religious or dietary reasons, they will try to scam you anyway. The âgrilled vegetablesâ were cold and obviously frozen in a few weeks ago. Shocking service, atrocious food. Restaurant should be shut down. You also have to pay 6â¬ just to sit down. They tell you itâs to pay for your fork, knife and napkins. Donât waste your time here. I have never written a review for any place but this one seemed worth doing it for. Absolutely horrendous.
4 based on 212 reviews
This is an excellent spot right on the main piazza to have a drink, soak in the wonderful views and watch the world go by. The English speaking staff are friendly and welcoming. They offer complimentary savoury snacks with your drinks and my favourite was a freshly baked bread with spinach, tomatoes, tuna, olives and pistachio crumbs. In fact the snacks are so good we stayed for more drinks to see if they would bring more...and they did. This time a lovely bread filled with courgettes, tomatoes, basil and anchovies.
4 based on 197 reviews
A combination of colors, aromas and flavors are mixed in a food and wine journey that creates a triumph of sensations. The dishes are prepared according to the availability of fresh seasonal products, enhancing the uniqueness and variety of the excellence
A very relaxing environment. We brought our dog on his first vacation. Trip Advisor selected this as a property that allows pets and based on reviewer comments we decided to try it and we couldnt have been more pleased! I would return, but its only an hour from my home........if we wanted to stay again, I would not hesitate. The food is excellent and they even prepared a steak for our dog. They provided a dish for drinking water but we also brought our own. The place is situated near beaches and local attractions so remember, its not hard to find a room in Scopello butif you are looking for quality, the view, atmosphere.......and parking.....this is a very good choice!
4 based on 604 reviews
Rather an odd atmosphere - it felt like sitting in a small marquee or warehouse, but greta food. Vino â¬16, water â¬2, we shared a spaghetti alle vongele, then tuna and swordfish, with nice fresh tomato-based salad. â¬69 total, which didn't feel too bad.
4 based on 1283 reviews
The house of Pani Cunzatu. Noone does it better. Stop here if you want to taste the real Pani Cunzatu. Service is not included. You have to do it by yourself. Do not expect a restaurant: just grab the food and swallow it! Sicily is in every bite :)
4 based on 402 reviews
The Sicilian fast food in Scopello
We sat outside in the shade our orders were taken promptly though they took a while to arrive which suited up as we were looking for a nice lazy lunchWe did have an issue with one of our meals but the matter was promptly and professionally resolvedSetting was fine food a little on the bland side service was good
4 based on 1180 reviews
Tucked away in the back-streets of the wonderful Scopello with a view over the tonnara below, the menu held much promise and the food, while it was tasty and served promptly, the staff were a little surly, particularly when we didnât order any secondi, dessert or coffee. A little more pricey than other lunches we have had on our visit but perhaps expected given the location.
4 based on 1405 reviews
We both had mediocre meals here. My calamari was slightly overcooked and rubbery, although not terrible. My wife had unremarkable pasta that was supposed to come with prawns, although nothing seemed to be left of them other than their deceptively large, decorative heads. The mixed seafood starter was just OK. This place seems to trade on the views from its terrace, but there are really only three tables with views, and youâd have to reserve in advance to get one of them. On the whole, this was a disappointing experience. Youâd be much, much better offâboth in terms of food quality and viewsâat La Cioloma.
5 based on 137 reviews
Great food and wine, friendly and caring staff, amazing location with great views on the gulf of Castellammare... Ingredients of food are first class, vegetables and fish locally sourced and cooked by very experienced hands. You can't ask more to this great restaurant in Scopello.
4 based on 1283 reviews
Our is a restaurant located in the center of Castellammare del Golfo just a few meters from the Port. It is a restaurant built inside an ancient monastery of 1870, with characteristic walls of the time, all associated with a great Mediterranean fish cuisi
Being welcomed with warmth, friendliness and professionalism is one good, when not essential, thing when dining out. The word restaurant literally means "a place where to restore", hence the first element is there and Francesco knows how to treat his customers! However, the real BOOM BANG experience is their food! Simply excellent on all fronts! The fish is super fresh, caught and brought daily from local fishermen. The freshness is something that you see with your eyes and experience in your mouth, at each bite, without failing ever your senses! We ate an antipasto of sea cruditÃ¨ with red and white prawns (so fresh that only the very skin of the head was left, without the inside is understood!), tuna and sword fish tart-tar, one oyster (I leave it to your imagination to gather how fresh the oyster was), and marinated salmon. Then their stable and revisited pasta con le sarde with busiate and turmeric flavoured breadcrumbs was to die for! and obviously, because you judge a restaurant from their most simple dish, I decided to go for spaghetti alle vongole, and here I was totally utterly entirely thrilled! This is a must go, whether if you happen to be near by or if you have to fly from New York to go there!!!!! Highly recommended!
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