Reviews on Seafood food in Ramazzano, Perugia, Province of Perugia including Osteria Del Donca, La Freccia di Cupido Ristorante, Filo d'Olio, RISTORANTE IL CASTELLACCIO, La Forchetta Bistrot, Johnny Take Ue' PERUGIA, Locanda del Morlacchi, Ristorante Enoteca Gio Arte e Vini, Il Paiolo, Ristorante Valentina
4 based on 198 reviews
In the heart of the university area, a few steps from the historic center of Perugia, the Valentina Restaurant waits for you to welcome you in an atmosphere of oriental flavor to offer authentic Chinese and Japanese cuisine. Science, philosophy and culina
Nice small restaurant with freshly prepared Japanese food which is what I appreciate there the most, good service, relaxed atmosphere, and very good price for what it offers, just note that this is not an upscale place, but it does stick out positively in the sea of larger cheap Asian all-that-you-can-eat places in Perugia.
4 based on 359 reviews
Was very quiet at lunch time but this is a clean and yet atmospheric restaurant tucked away in a cellar, somewhat oddly located by the entance to a car park. Food was well presented and tasted good and we were impressed by the value for money. Large Greek salad at only 4 Euros and with bread - this was a meal in itself. You can't go too far wrong with this place.
4 based on 256 reviews
Ristorante Enoteca Gio Arte e Vini, situated at Hotel Gio' - Wine Area, has an elegant dining room which accommodates up to 200 people and can be divided into private rooms. Convivium of the Umbrian Chefs Alliance Slow Food and Regional Head quarter A.I.S
eat and stay well in Umbria? GiÃ² is in the top 5, they know what means food wine history of food, SatÃ¬ elegant and expert, I got the opportunity to spoke with Salvatore, I can said "his the mind and heart of the restaurant", well done keep it.Hello Robert, and thank you for your review!it is a pleasure to read that everything was all right. Best regards
4 based on 328 reviews
Andrea and Carla with 26 years of experience thanks to 'farm property in Gubbio, decided to revive the historic restaurant. Comes the "Locanda del Morlacchi", the rich and careful menu refers in fact both the flavors of Umbria like black Norcia truffle, p
After pouring through the Trip Adviser reviews we found Morlacchi which was located relatively close to where we were staying. Walking up to the front door the street was empty and felt lonely. This feeling soon disappeared when we entered the Locanda and were directed to the terrace on the floor below. We had booked and were shown to our table beside the balcony wall and the view was superb. Dark had set in and the view of the buildings and lights through the trees was breath taking. Service was excellent and we were soon drinking our complimentary prosecco and tasting the complimentary black rice, speck and orange zest morsel. Then it was on to first course - carbonara with truffles for me and risotto al lime for my partner. Both were amazing. Then I had the lamb with vegetables while my partner had the filet of pork with prunes and roast potatoe. By the time we had finished these two courses plus an excellent bottle of Barberra DâAlba from up north we had no room for dessert but we watched some wonderful concoctions delivered to other tables. All in all a great night out.
4 based on 301 reviews
Iâve had lots of pizza in Perugia but they all missed that Naples touch and pizza height that differentiates the original pizza from Naples than the others. Very attentive and nice staff and to top it off they have a rather nice (and I must confess, unexpected) collection of liquor and dessert and good coffee too. Would absolutely revisit.
4 based on 643 reviews
Culinary excellence combined with art and culture. By "excellence" in the kitchen we mean: the choice of raw materials, a purely seasonal menu, constant variability of the winery's menu and distillates of the highest level and a brigade of professionals t
TL;DR - absolutely amazing food (both well-presented and superbly tasty), and service to match. The owners of the restaurant dropped us off to our hotel which was 7 miles away!Full review - My girlfriend and I walked to this restaurant from the airport: a precarious and poorly-planned journey. However, it was worth it for this institution. The owner greeted us at the door, took our coats and bags, and sat us at a table surrounded by gorgeous art. We enjoyed a selection of olive oils served with bread como antipasti: the owner and waiter came with six bottles of olive oil from all over Italy, ranked them from lightest to strongest and explained their origin. We sampled each with bread. The last bottle was especially stunning as it was handmade from their house in Sicily, with a refreshing taste that I did not know was possible to infuse into oil. For mains, I tucked into a sumptuous monkfish dish, whilst my girlfriend enjoyed a gingery fish soup, both of which were beautiful. My dish was served with an alcoholic pumpkin-like sauce, broccoli pieces, mozzarella slices, watercress, bacon cooked to perfection and dried currants - flavours that I would never have dreamed of combining, but worked so well that I have decided to try and duplicate them at home. The winelist was complex and rich, and too daunting for me, so I asked the owner to choose us a nice, deep red. His selection was predictably excellent. Finally, we asked the owner for the best way to reach the city centre. He conducted some research, informed us of train and taxi options, but then came to the decision to drive us and our luggage to the hotel. I was simply awestruck by such kindness. This is the best dining experience I have ever had outside of my own country. I cannot recommend it highly enough. The menu changes monthly.
4 based on 167 reviews
We were looking specifically for a good fish fritto misto, and a friend recommended this place. When we rang to book we were told that fresh fish is delivered every Thursday, so we went on a Thursday. The fritto misto (squid, prawns, octopus and sardines) exceeded our expectations and can only be described as excellent. Other highlights of the meal were the white truffle pasta and the desserts, strudel and crema catalana. Prices were very reasonable and the service was friendly and welcoming. This is not a cool or trendy place, it has a very traditional feel which we rather like. For us the most important thing is always the food and we were very pleased with our experience. We'll be back! Highly recommended.
4 based on 419 reviews
We went to the restaurant the first time only because it was close to the place where we were staying, but we were immediately nicely surprised. The owner was very welcoming and recommend some dishes and some wine that turned out to be really excellent. We were so happy with the place that we went again three days later. Different food but the same wonderful experience. Really worth a visit (and in fact even the parking lot is always full!).
4 based on 256 reviews
I came with my family for lunch and Daniele prepared a lovely vegan meal for me.It was simply amazing!I definitely recommend this place, Daniele is a great chef with years of experience and will make your food experience as a fantastic one.Plus the waiter is a lovely and kind chap!Thanks guys!I gained a couples of kg, but it worth it all!
4 based on 365 reviews
This small restaurant is not particularly inviting, set on the main road from Ponte Pattoli to the motorway and not much has been done to make it confortable inside or in the drafty conservatory.Food also is just OK as the tagliere of ham and cheese is just decent with no special quality slices and the main course (fish with olives) was a complete shamble (too salty and served as a soup).Sixty euros for this was certainly too much and only cash was accepted.buon giorno zia angelina, siamo onorati di averVi avuto come nostri ospiti, ci rincresce se non abbiamo soddisfatto a pieno le vostre esigenze e cercheremo di migliorarci nel tempo al fine di poterla soddisfare al meglio nella cucina e nella sala, vorremmo tuttavia specificare che la selezione di salumi e formaggi che dice di aver scelto sono selezioni di salumi di mastri salumieri di norcia ( localita' riconosciuta in tutta Italia per la qualita' della produzione norcina ) mentre i formaggi sardi sono di prima qualitÃ , ci rincresce se nell'occasione non avete potuto pagare con carta o bancomat, strumenti di cui disponiamo e che sono sempre disponibili presso la nostra struttura ma che nell' occasione per problemi di linea non a noi imputabili ( lavori alla via telefonica ) non funzionavo con costanza. per quanto concerne il prezzo di euro 60,00 che dice di aver pagato certamente non puo' essere la risultanza delle due pietanze che dice di aver scelto ( nel caso specifico avrebbe speso euro 24,00 ) ma bensi di almeno 5 o sei portate, considerando pure che nel nostro locale vengono offerti aperitivo di benvenuto e ben due appetizer. Speriamo tuttavia di avere la possibilitÃ ' di riaverla come nostra ospite per soddisfare a pieno tutte le sue esigenze.Cordialmente.Flavio Mencaroni
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