Discover Restaurants offering the best Mediterranean food in Sant'Omobono Terme, Province of Bergamo, Italy including Taverna 800, Posta, Gritti, Ristorante Collina, Santa Brigida Hosteria, Ristorante Roncola, Osteria Marascia, Osteria dei Bruder, Cantina Lemine, Polisena L'altro Agriturismo
Things to do in Sant'Omobono Terme
4 based on 273 reviews
We stayed in the hotel for a week and very much enjoyed our time there. The owners and their children are lovely and very helpful. A huge amount of care and thought has gone into the construction of the hotel and its restaurant - and it shows. The rooms are lovely and well appointed, and the view is breathtaking. We ate several times in the restaurant, and the food was consistently good. They have their own winery as well, so you can choose from their extensive selection of wines, plus a lovely sparkling wine to start your meal. They aren't open every day to non-guests, so it's best to call and check!
4 based on 216 reviews
Unfortunately we can't come here often but every time we are back in Italy this is one of our favorite restaurant. The location is not easy to find but it is worth the trip.The personnel and the owner are always very kind and polite. The owner Alberto is the chef and he comes often to the tables to talk with his customers and he always welcome you when you arrive.The dinner starts with an aperitif in the restaurant cellar, a must do!About the food, after several times we have been here we cannot find anything wrong (except personal taste).The only improvement we can suggest are the desserts. Not too elaborated compared to the rest of the menu.Definitely recommended both for a dinner with friends or a romantic special occasion.
4 based on 419 reviews
It's long time I know this restaurant in Palazzago's hills, few Km from Bergamo and each time I go it is always better. The restaurant style is warm and relaxing, with very kind staff and google choice of typical dishes in the menu. Also the wines menu is wide and with good choice of brands and wineyards.The quality is excellent, all the food is done in the best way ad for example the best tagliatelle with porcini mushrooms made with fresh pasta or the stufato d'asino and polenta taragna, you cannot miss them. Desserts are also excellent.If I need to tell the only negative aspect it is the home wine which is not at the level of all the rest.Then I will come back for sure once again and again and I recommend to go there if you are in the Bergamo area.
4 based on 414 reviews
The location, setting, parking situation, restaurant and rooms couldn't be better. This place is full of charm, tradition and local pride. It's the kind of place we're always hoping to find. Excellent value for money. We recommend it highly and in fact have already made two additional reservations for later this year. Not to be missed.
4 based on 100 reviews
Me and my boyfriend had a delicious dinner at the Roncola restaurant. We picked the meat menu and we drank a really good red wine advised by our waiter. The atmosphere is really nice and the service is fantastic. We had a full course meal with first and second plates including desert and paid only 70â¬. For the high quality great price you can't beat it arround. Highly recommended! We will surely be returning in the future.
4 based on 323 reviews
I ate here a few weeks ago with my husband on a Sunday afternoon. We'd already been here with friends just over a year ago and we kept meaning to go back as we'd eaten very well. Unfortunately this time round we came away with another sensation which was one of sheer disappointment. I just fail to understand why they can't print the menu with prices so I can clearly understand what I'm paying for and if I think it's worth it based on the size of the portion, the ingredients and the skills required to make the dish. We spent almost 80 euros as we were given a small discount due to a misunderstanding and I left quite hungry to be honest. My first course was very nice but the portion was miserable especially since I paid such a considerable amount for it. My husband's starter and pasta were very good but again unjustifiable prices. Then my second course of seabass which was cooked in boiling pan with herbs and served with two sad potatoes tasted more like hospital food. I understand it's a healthy choice and that seemed to be their selling point but I was utterly shocked to find it this dish cost 25 euros when presented with the bill. A baby could have eaten more. I also love simple dishes but if you're asking similar prices then you have to dress up your plate better. It just looked like a sad offering. The couple who run the place are very friendly and the location is nice but I surely won't be coming back as I just feel that I spent a small fortune for a very average meal. We had a litre of water and a glass of wine and no dessert but were offered a little canoncino at the end which was nice but I just felt stung by the hefty price tag.Carissimi signori mi fa piacere che abbiate scritto anche se negativo un commento, perÃ² mi vedo per rispetto a chi legge di chiarire alcune cose. Primo se siete giÃ stati qui dovevate sapere che non c'Ã¨ un menÃ¹ scritto perchÃ© cambiamo sempre i piatti secondo i prezzi sono visibilmente esposti all'entrata. Mi spiace se avete trovato scarse le nostre porzioni visto che dalle foto che avete pubblicato non risultano tali mi spiace se non avete apprezzato una cottura (trancio ricciola e branzino)alla clessidra aromatizzata dai profumi della salvia rosmarino timo e basilico su pietra lavica ardente cottura molto salutistica e non da ospedsle come lei la definisce. In quanto al prezzo pagato 80 euro in due per ravioli di branzino con crema di pomodoro, spaghetto alla chitarra fatto a mano cacio e pepe, ovetto con formaggio polenta e tartufo nero norcia e ricciola branzino alla clessidra con patate non tristi ma arrosto piu il bere il caffe senza pagare il coperto non mi sembra poi cosÃ¬ eccessivo. Comunque non ci sono problemi le critiche aiutano e le risposte spiegano grazie!!
4 based on 408 reviews
This restaurant is a little secret on the hills near Bergamo, a secret that is a pleasure to discover.The two dining rooms have huge windows on the wonderful landscape of the area and that's already one reason to pay a visit. The restaurant has a really great staff that treats you like a king and the dining is definitely top quality. To add some more to this quality all of the ingredients are local and authentic local cuisine brought to the highest of standards. I had the tasting menu that was composed of 2 entrees, 1 course of pasta, 1 course of vegetables, 1 course of meat, 1 pre-dessert (amazing) and a choice of desserts. Everything was served with great presentation and you could really tell how much research went into each course.The prices are high but the quality is very high so it truly deserves a visit.Recommended!
4 based on 186 reviews
The excellent restaurant view the valley offers the pleasure of getting lost in a variety of flavors typical of regional cuisine, Delicious fresh pasta dishes, succulent dishes of our game, accompanied by local wines or a wide range of fine wines, conclud
We enjoyed the perfect dinner with very prepared personnel and a great atmosphere. We tasted the buffet first (veggies and fresh green), then we had local dishes: foiade (typical fresh pasta) and pappardelle with mushrooms, meat with polenta and local dessert (a cake with figues, choco chips and corn). We finished with Lemon-grapefruit-mango sorbet. Prices are good and wines are excellent with a very good choice.We really experienced love for the territory and love for guests. Every detail is studied and well set, mixing old and new, tradition and innovation.
4 based on 151 reviews
We enjoyed dinner here, having chosen one of the tasting menus - the seafood one.Each course, together with the complimentary appetiser at the beginning and petit fours with limoncello at the end, was delicious. The dishes were also beautifully prepared and presented and the suggested wine was excellent.Service is both friendly and efficient and the room has a pleasant ambienceThe restaurant is quite small and booking would be advisable.This is not cheap - tasting menu â¬60, wine â¬28 - but does, I believe, offer value for money.
4 based on 192 reviews
Staying for a week at the Miramonti Resort in close-by Rota D'Imagna, we wanted a change of scene for dinner, and our hotel owner recommended this place and booked us in. It wasn't a great evening weatherwise, so although the restaurant has a nice outside terrace, we decided to eat inside. It was also midweek, and it turned out we were the only diners that night, which was a shame. However, we could not have been better welcomed nor looked after by lovely Monica, the chef's wife - and don't worry about her English, she was great. The restaurant is beautifully homely inside, it's like being in someone's living room, with plenty of things to catch your eye, although there were also plenty of tables in a larger room at the rear. I'd love to have been there on a busy summer evening... We chose the tasting menu, I think this might have been 30 or 35 euros each, and the food was all delightful, and we weren't made to feel rushed at all. My partner asked for a different 1st course, as there was something on the al a carte menu he particularly wanted, and that was changed with no difficulty whatsoever. Good wine selection also, and we were offered a complimentary brandy to finish. The icing on the cake for us was that, as we wanted to have a few drinks, our hotel very kindly gave us a lift there, and Monica herself drove us back to the hotel - I'm not sure if this works on more busy evenings or times of year though! Absolutely recommend. A bit of local cooking with good ingredients and a high standard all round. Enjoy!
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