Reviews on Romana food in Rocca di Papa, Province of Rome, Italy including Al Cantinone, Da Magnastoppa, La Perla del Lago, Osteria di Corte, L'Oste della Bon'Ora, Al Cantuccio, Osteria Dar Vignarolo, Hostaria Santa Maria, Ristorante Antichi Sapori, A Casa di Nino
Things to do in Rocca di Papa
4 based on 1788 reviews
I've been there with my partner and I've eaten delicious food. The restaurant is good located for a romantic dinner. The staff is something special... Keep it up! See you soon.
4 based on 340 reviews
October 14, 2014, our family had dinner in this restaurant. The restaurant looks like a small mountain hut - very cozy environment. We had Primo and Secondo this evening. For Primo we took the advise from the chief. We had ravioli stuffed with duck, tortellini in a gorgonzola sauce and then homemade bean soup with fresh parmesan cheese. All dishes really good. For the main course we had thin sliced beef with fresh mushrooms and boneless, roasted chicken. Particular the chicken was outstanding. Crispy, tasty and juicy. The we had a bottle of the local red wine from CASTEL DE PAOLIS. All in all this was one of the best meals we have had in Nemi for the last many years. Can only be recommended.
4 based on 156 reviews
Really really poor food. I cannot stress that enough. Very greasy, overly cooked in oil and expensive. I really don't agree with any of the good reviews here. Firstly, they have No menus. Just a board with no clear pricing on it. Second, when we arrived the place was quite, yet we were sat virtually in the road instead of under the shaded umbrella section but were told that area was booked, despite us finishing before anyone seated there. Thirdly, we were offered bread and water which we really didn't want, but were charged for! Come'on guys, charging for bread and water in this day and age!Fourthly, no sides. we ordered potatoes got around 3 small ones chopped up and they were swimming in grease. Fithly, all three of us ordered steak. They were the fattest greasiest steaks I'd ever seen. They too were swimming in grease. Who on earth fry's stake these days? And it was butter too. Talk about increasing calorie intake and destroying natural flavours. The bill: 3 steaks, we had no starters and no deserts. One beer and two soft drinks and the bill was over 70 euros. Don't know if the owner thought "here's some gullible British tourists to rip off (it happened a few times to us in Frascati), but my advice is stay out of this place. Much better restaurants for less in this town. And it doesn't even have a view over Rome, like the restaurants around the corner have. Poor. very poor. The worst meal by far I've ever had in Italy.121 recensioni prima della vostra sostengono esattamente l'opposto di quello che avete scritto. Ha detto molte cose false sul nostro conto, non rispondo neanche sull'assurdita' del burro ne delle bistecche grasse e fritte!!!!! L'unica cosa vera da lei scritta Ã¨ che il mio locale non ha tavoli che guardano sul panorama. Per chiunque si troverÃ a leggere la sua recensione consiglio di leggere anche le altre.Risposta data dalla titolare dell Hostaria Santa Maria che non Ã¨ in cerca di ingenui turisti per rubare loro dei soldi.
4 based on 1215 reviews
Very cozy and informal. You sit on wooden long table with paper tablecloth....but the meal is very good and even the wine is not so bad. Price is low compared to the quality and quantity of food. The service is informal but warm.
4 based on 544 reviews
We arrived about 7:00pm, a little too early, which gave half an hour to explore the surrounding cobbles streets and add to an already brimming appetite. The welcome was warm and hearty and a waitress helped to with our order from the menu. Two of our diners are vegetarian and they both were very impressed with the fare on offer. I opted for the cockles, not sure what the Italian word for it is but they were succulent. I also had an unexpected course of 'escalope of pork' which one of our guests ordered and misinterpreted as 'Scallops' needless to say there were no complaints here as I polished it off and it was delicious. The prices were very reasonable and the food and wine for those that indulged were both excellent. Highly recommended...
4 based on 783 reviews
If while visiting Rome you have the time and a vehicle try this little place in the Castelli. You'll love the Roman approach of the owner, but above all his wife's great recipes straight from the kitchen. Try the menu with the glasses of wine combination. Worth it.
4 based on 530 reviews
Osteria di corte la FRASCHETTA di ARICCIA ALTA vincitrice come miglior cacio e pepe dei castelli romani in "4 ristoranti di alessandro borghese".
we came here after long time 'cos we liked it a lot in the past.this time: nothing to say about the quality of the appetizers but the quantity was really rare.the so enchanted pasta (cacio and pepper) was very bad,very disappointed. we'll avoid it next time. sorrymi dispiace leggere che la CACIO E PEPE non sia piaciuta ma non penso che questo sia motivo per scrivere una recensione cosi'. Sarebbe piu' opportuno dirlo subito cosicche' noi possiamo rimediare ad un eventuale errore.
4 based on 1068 reviews
We had a set menu mainly of seafood and pasta. It was pretty good and they had a music performance indoors which added up to the atmosphere. I would rather prefer the outdoor seating at night if the weather is good. Although not visible at night, a walk by the lake on the opposite side would be awesome afterwards
4 based on 210 reviews
From Magna Stoppa located only 18 km from the legendary Eternal City Rome in the town of Rocca di Papa to 800 mt . From sea level Campi di Annibale we find the quaint restaurant dedicated and specialized in everything that is home cooking with a wide sele
3 huge courses. Lots of wine. Chef came out, chatted, teased and generally had fun with us. It was genuinely a great atmosphere. Great food, and a great price 25 euros
4 based on 121 reviews
This restaurant for locals doesn't offer a menu or a wide selection of entrees but what they have is homemade and delicious and the prices are reasonable. The day we were there they were offering homemade fettuccini or tagliatelli with a white sauce with mushrooms or a red meat sauce, risotto and house salad. It was a fun experience and a good place to go if you would like to practice a little Italian! Our lunch which included one pasta dish, one risotto, one salad, one water and one beer came to 24 euro.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.