Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Civita Castellana including Ristorante Beccofino, Da Erminio alla Ghiacciaia, La Giaretta, Tufo Rosso, Aldero - Ristorante & Pizzeria, Taverna Fantaghiro', Pescheria Contro Corrente, Ristorante La Terrazza Sul Treja
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4 based on 152 reviews
Located up a flight of stairs on a hill across from the old village of Calcata, this friendly seafood-oriented restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. We had smoked mussels in a broth as part of a seafood antipasto that included smoked salmon and shrimp. Every bite was delicious and the Tuscan bread was abundant to mop up the broth. Fresh burrata, grilled tuna, fettuccine with pesto--it doesn't matter what you order, all is good. Sit outside on the terrace, take your time, and savor the view and the food. There are a number of very good and unpretentious restaurants in Calcata but this one stands out with its focus on fresh fish (which they run out of, so be forewarned).
4 based on 70 reviews
The restaurant is run by the family and it is a very friendly place. Very clean and welcome environment to recommend for families and friends
4 based on 70 reviews
Locale carino, pur essendo sabato sera non e' pienissimo eppure aspettiamo un po' troppo per 2 primi di pesce e una frittura mista ,spendiamo in 2 47 euro forse un po' troppo...
4 based on 47 reviews
LâAldero Ristorante rende felici i palati dei suoi ospiti da piÃ¹ di trentâanni, in un ambiente fresco e familiare, ideale per una pizzata tra amici. Collocato nel crocevia tra Civita Castella e Fabrica di Roma, lâAldero Ã¨ comodo da raggiungere e nel suo v
You can tell them that you can't eat fish. then they will bring you pasta and Tuna and tell you Tuna is not fish. They don''t speak English
4 based on 66 reviews
Trovato come posto di passaggio ci hanno fatto cenare alle 21,30. Siamo stai serviti in modo gentile e professionale. La pizza ha un impasto molto buono e leggero. Buona anche la carne. Si potrebbe migliorare lâarredamento del locale per renderlo piÃ¹ accogliente. Nel complesso molto buono
4 based on 160 reviews
This restaurant is a complete waste of time and money! I went last month on a Saturday night at about 8:30pm (the normal time of eating dinner for most Italian restaurants), and the place was nearly empty. That should have been my first sign not to eat there. However, I really wanted something to eat and I gave it a chance. At this hour, the kitchen had already closed and therefore the waiter told me that I could only order things that were already pre-made or didn't require cooking. The waiter acted as if I should be apologetic for coming into the restaurant, rather than serving me graciously- I guess the recession hasn't created a desire for more customers, yet. Actually, I have had this same experience in several other restaurants in Civita Castellana (notably Il Buttero), where I feel like I am a nuisance rather than a valued guest. At La Giaretta, I had an assortment of meats and cheeses, which weren't nice, and some stale white bread. I also had a pasta that was so forgettable that I don't even remember what I ordered. And in the end, I paid over 15 euro! I should have eaten a kebab in the central square, instead...Questo signore ha assolutamente sbagliato locale , facendo descrizioni non inerenti al nostro modo di lavorare
4 based on 318 reviews
I've eaten at Da Erminio twice now, and I have always enjoyed the food. As far as I know, this restaurant was opened by a previous chef at Mignolo, another Civita restaurant with a proud local following. This newly opened restaurant has very attentive service and the dishes are quite cheap for the quality. However, I must point out that the decor of the restaurant (there are pictures and photos depicting a variety of cultures and cities) and the lighting (which is bright, sterile, and hospital-like) really degrade the dining experience. I would prefer to see pictures of Civita or the local countryside and, although I do love to see my friends while I eat, I don't want to be nervous that they will see every wrinkle or imperfection on my face while we eat. Better mood lighting, sconces, and candles could really improve this. The restaurant also now has a menu, which is great, but it does appear quite cheap as if it was printed from Microsoft Word. I also noticed that the front of the restaurant gives mixed signals regarding whether Da Erminio is in fact a restaurant or a bar that also serves food- you enter through a narrow area with a large bar with espresso machine. Actually, during my last visit the waiters had to tell two potential customers that "no, we aren't a bar but a restaurant" when they entered to ask for 2 coffees. I'd definitely come back for the food and the price, but if the lighting doesn't change I'll have to make sure I come only when I'm having a really good hair day.
4 based on 164 reviews
I have been living in Civita Castellana for nearly three months now, and I have to admit that I haven't exactly been blown away by the restaurant scene in the town. Apart from Pane Pomodoro, which is more of a casual restaurant, Beccofino is one of the only restaurants where I've eaten tasty, warm, and thoughtful food in Civita. I decided to go with my friends on Thanksgiving night. I ordered pasta with duck/ porcini ragu, which definitely impressed me. The bread, wine (a Montepulciano recommended by the waitress), both contributed to an overall positive dining experience. As my friends knew the owner/ chef, at the end of our meal he joined us for a pleasant chat and some laughs. I would definitely recommend Beccofino for anyone visiting and/or stranded in Civita Castellana! Downsides: Fake flowers in the entrance, waiting area, and dining area. A single fresh flower per table, per day would definitely improve the overall vibe of the restaurant.
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