Best Mediterranean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mediterranean food in Monterchi. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mediterranean restaurants near you. including Senza Tempo, Osteria le civette, La Pieve Vecchia, Ristorante Pizzeria Belvedere, Ristorante Al Travato, Il Capello di Paglia, Una Terrazza in Toscana, Dal Ciano Home Restaurant, Cantina del Granduca, Il Feudo del Vicario
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4 based on 1371 reviews
Maybe it was because of the highly stressed servers on a busy Friday night, maybe it was because we waited at least 20 minutes to receive a menu after being seated, maybe it was when we saw someone from the kitchen staff arrive with a large shopping bag from Penny Market (a low-cost, low-quality supermarket here in Italy), maybe it was because we were told the porcini mushrooms on the menu were frozen (even though they are readily available fresh everywhere in Italy as this is high season). Maybe it was because the bruschetta was a PASTE of tomatoes on stale bread. Maybe it was a combination of the whole experience. Only one word comes to mind: ABYSMAL. If I were working in this restaurant I would be so embarrassed!I've re-submitted this review to include the attached photo of the "RECEIPT" for our dinner at Il Feudo del Vicario last night (Friday, July 12, reservation at 8 pm). We were seated on the small balcony (two adults with a small dog, surely the wait staff will remember us). I urge the owner (who responded in the most rude and vicious way possible to my legitimate review, claiming I had written it fraudulently) to check our reservation from last night to confirm that we indeed had dinner at her restaurant. Yes, we also reserved for tonight (Saturday, July 13), but have since cancelled due to our miserable experience the night before.Se qualcosa di miserabile c'Ã¨ stato, Ã¨ sicuramente la vostra presenza nel nostro locale. Arrivati in cassa Invece di elogiare la pelle del viso della mia cameriera, perchÃ¨ lei e il suo compagno non avete tirato fuori gli attributi e alla domanda : " tutto bene ? ", invece di lamentarvi per un disservizio, avete risposto "benissimo".Vorrei saperlo perchÃ¨ non mi Ã¨ chiaro, nessun avanzo nei piatti, insalata doppia come da voi richiesto, l' acqua al cagnolino, ma soprattutto da parte vostra nessuna domanda, tantomeno sui porcini.Che fossero surgelati (?) l' avete dedotto voi, non lo avete chiesto, lo avete dedotto perchÃ¨ sul menÃ¹ sono riportati due asterischi di fianco alla voce.In Italia l'asterisco Ã¨ tassativo, perchÃ© se d' inverno il prodotto non si riesce a reperirlo fresco, sussiste l' obbligo di avviso al cliente. La legenda riporta la seguente voce : ** In mancanza di prodotto fresco, sarÃ usato il prodotto surgelato. Per maggiori informazioni rivolgersi al personale di sala. Non era questo il caso, lo capirete anche voi, siamo a luglio, splende il sole e i porcini abbondano, lo avete immaginato, non domandato.Avete una visione del mondo un tantino egocentrica, ridimensionatela, e nel frattempo vivete con piÃ¹ leggerezza che i problemi sono altri ...
4 based on 373 reviews
We visited Anghiari for 1 night and stumbled across this restaurant. Itâs just round the corner from the main square.Service was good and the waitress spoke English which helped! We had mixed mixed bruschetta to start for 3 people, homemade wholewheat pasta with tomatoes, capers, olives and mozzarella, a spaghetti dish with local sausage meat, courgettes and shaved truffle, and duck gnocchi. A mixed salad, lovely bottle of red wine, a glass of prosecco, water x 2 big bottles, 2 desserts: biscotti & vin santo and tiramisu, and am espresso.Delicious meal and good value at â¬69.
home restaurant where you can taste typical Tuscan dishes made with their own hands by the owner. A meal like being at home.
Sono andata nel mese di maggio a cena da Ciano in compagnia di Amici. Cucina Toscana raffinata e curata in ogni particolare. La cuoca ed il personale sono gentili ed accoglienti.Lo consiglio vivamente e spero di dovervi presto.
4 based on 111 reviews
We often have a lunch or dinner at this restaurant. Location is fantastic. Food is pure with fresh ingredients. Wine list is good for such a small restaurant. Most pasta is homemade.
4 based on 123 reviews
Restaurant located in the countryside near Anghiari. We booked a table here via The Fork. Interesting menu. My boyfriend ordered gnocchi, as first dish, while I had codfish served with potatoes bread. My fish was good. As main dish we both ordered boar and porcini mushrooms cooked in the oven on a vine leaf. We enjoyed the food. Service was warm and professional. With 1 small bottle of local wine, 1 bottle of water, 1 dessert (a delicious pistacchio smifreddo) and 2 coffees we paid about 85â¬. Parking for free but not comfortable for disables.
4 based on 135 reviews
We had been recommended this place by friends and family who had visited before, but had been warned we might find it difficult to get a table as we were a party of six adults and three children, and they don't take bookings. We arrived just after twelve on a weekday lunch time, and found one large table still available. It's a lovely setting, right at the top of the village, and the tables are arranged at the edge of the small square, under the dappled shade of the trees. We saw a few people had just had a glass of wine and a plate of meat, and there were also a couple of low tables which looked like a lovely spot for a drink and a nibble. The menus were in Italian but we managed to work out what most things were and ordered plates of salami, and other cured pork, bresaola, cooked pork and caprese salad which we shared to start (four plates between six adults was plenty), along with a round of spritzs and a small carafe of the house red for the non spritz drinker among us. (There was a great wine list which I would have loved to have sampled, but it was a spritz kind of moment) Everything was really really delicious- we were delighted with our choices! We all went for pasta dishes after, which were simple, with four different pasta shapes and a choice of ragu, tomato, truffle or mushroom sauce available, but also very tasty. The inside is worth a look in its own right - a kind of wine cave which is apparently a great place to purchase wines. There was only one child seat available and this was suitable for a calm toddler, but definitely not a baby or a wrigglier child! We all came away feeling that we had just enjoyed a simple, but delicious and authentic lunch in a lovely setting. Well worth a visit, if only for a drink and a plate of amazing salami before dinner.
4 based on 298 reviews
The menu isn't vast, but everything we had was well cooked and nicely presented. The meats we had were beautifully tender and my partner raved about the two kinds of steak that he chose on our two nights there. The house wines were not expensive and we enjoyed both the red and the white. What I really appreciated is that there was no coercion to order more than you wanted. Some people were eating several courses, whilst others had one. We shared a very nice platter of antipasti and it would have been far too much for one alone. My favourite dish was an excellent pizza (quattro formaggi).. All the staff were pleasant and helpful.
4 based on 613 reviews
Our food is inspired by the surroundings and reflects the traditions of the area. You will find gastronomic delights like homemade pasta with truffles, or porcini mushrooms, Chianina beef and Fiorentina T-bone steak. Special attention is given to a select
La Pieve Vecchia is one of our favourite restaurants. This evening was challenging for the staff, as the unsettled weather meant that customers were seated both outdoors and indoors. The staff coped admirably and the food and service were both excellent, as always. We look forward to returning soon.
4 based on 297 reviews
Between Citta di Castello and Sansepolcro opens the beautiful Tiber Valley and Citerna small medieval village dominates. Under a picturesque medieval walkway along the walls is the restaurant Osteria the Owls. Inside the restaurant a pantry of books dedic
In a glorious setting overlooking a magnificent Umbrian valley, this outstanding restaurant offers wonderful food in an artful, somewhat whimsical atmosphere full of art and color. You also can dine outside in the ancient walls enjoying the view. The ravioli with zucchini was the best pasta dish I had in my 10 days in Italy. The menu was creative and the owner very charming and helpful. The restaurant and the town were lucky finds!
Top 4 International food in Monterchi, Province of Arezzo, Italy
4 based on 138 reviews
We called in here with no reservation but were welcomed and taken to our table overlooking the city walls and beyond. The menu is handsome and varied. We chose the bruschetta and the meat slices as a couple. Our fiends went for the gnocchi and clams and loved it.Two fine bottles of local white and a red were an absolute delight. Service excellent and some English to help with selections , atmosphere was just about right and four mains and 2 starters to share, excellent wines weighed in at 143 Euro. Would be very happy to return to this establishment.
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