Reviews on Mediterranean food in Gavi, Province of Alessandria, Italy including La Locanda dei Narcisi, Peccati di Gola, Ristorante La Gallina - Villa Sparina Resort, Cantine del Gavi, Osteria Piemontemare, Ai Nebbioli, Tenuta Della Guardia Restaurant, Locanda La Raia
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Locanda la Raia, is a place where food is an opportunity to discover the territory, stay together and indulge in time. The kitchen is entrusted to Simone and Valeria who into the menu interpret the ancient tradition of Gaviâs cuisine, a unique crossroad o
we enjoyed ourselves in this beautiful locanda with nice food (unfortunately they did not have alba truffels although we aske for them long before and we had truffels on this tour) and a beautiful view to the surroundings.
4 based on 91 reviews
Tenuta della Guardia's Restaurant overlooks the valley and has a large, private terrace from which, during the warmer months, you can enjoy light air of the surroung hills. You can also enjoy the beautiful view of landscape in winter months, staying warm
There's something terrific about a good meal and wine 15 steps from your pillow. Most dishes were excellent, as was the wine, and the prices reasonable for the quality involved.
4 based on 229 reviews
we missed this restaurant a couple of times, just driving by on our way to gavi from cadepiaggio. on our last evening we decided to go have a look at the card and it sounded delightful! the service was very nice and made sure that we vegetarians also got something proper to eat. the food was great, just what we longed for! we went home full and happy!the only drawback: it was a loud room. it's pretty big so the noises tend to be even louder. we still recommend a visit though and plan to come back next time we're in piemont.
4 based on 261 reviews
A very nice place for eat with nice servers where typical dishes are made next to an wonderful local wineWe would like to thank you for this nice feedback and hope to see you again here at the Osteria Piemontemare!
4 based on 347 reviews
"Manteniamo una costante attenzione al territorio e alla stagionalita della ricercata materia prima che utilizziamo nei nostri piatti. Il contatto con l'agricoltore, l'allevatore, e i nostri selezionatori di fiducia, fa si che in questi anni ( fra poco il
Have dined a few times with my family at this wonderful centrally located restaurant in Gavi.Exceptional locally sourced menu that is beautifully presented in a frescoed ceiling Ambience fitting of a fine dining venue.The risotto is the top of my favorites.The meal begins with house offered appetizer.Great meal with very good service
4 based on 623 reviews
When the locals travel far to come to this restaurant for their special occasions you know it's going to be good. The food was amazing, creative and well worth the higher prices. In the summer make sure to sit on the balcony overlooking their vineyards. Very romantic
4 based on 955 reviews
La Tranquillita Della Campagna Piemontese, Una Cantina Risalente Al Diciannovesimo Secolo, Una Sana E Genuina Passione Per Gli Ingredienti a Chilometri Zero: Sono Questi I Tratti Distintivi Di Peccati Di Gola, Ristorante Che Si Trova in Via Roma, Poco Fuo
Are here whilst visiting some wineries in Gavi for business. Has the tasting menu which was delicious especially the red pepper soufflÃ© and the gavi risotto. We wanted a glass of wi e with each course which was not on the menu but the waitress was more than happy to oblige . The food and wine was delicious and such tremendous value. Would definitely go again
4 based on 251 reviews
In the hamlet of Bettole, a couple of km from the centre of Pozzolo F.Here one eats Piedmontese cooking with a distinctly French accent. The owner is a coeliac; in consequence nearly the whole menu is gluten-free. It also changes 4 times a year to ensure produce is seasonal and as far as possible local.There are two set menus â one based on fish, one on meat and local produce; respectively â¬35 and â¬44 per head excluding drinks; they are only available, though, for the whole table. We ate from the carte because we weren't hungry enough to do either of them justice. It was hard to choose from all the tempting antipasti. In the end, we ignored scollops with creamed artichoke and fried artichoke, SanRemo scampi with ginger and green apple or a hazelnut tempura, and the pan-fried escalope of foie-gras with a passion-fruit coulis in favour of fried snails with wild mushrooms (in the autumn, they would have been porcini; but this was late winter) on a bed of creamed Jerusalem artichokes, and carne cruda, that old Piedmontese standby, this time spiced up with anchovies and capers.Our main course was a Piedmontese take on tournedos Rossini â the covering for which added grated Castelmagno cheese and a roasted chestnut sauce to the traditional foie-gras. Nearly all of the desserts are gluten-free; but I was the only one with any room for a pudding. I chose the chocolate fondant with vanilla ice-cream. I now know why so many Masterchef hopefuls try to make a fondant â it was absolutely delicious, and the ice-cream was nearly on a par with that of Conti's CafÃ© in Lampeter.Washing all this down with a 2006 Passum (Barbera d'Asti Superiore) from the Cascina Castlet in Costigliole d'Asti, a large bottle of mineral water, and coffee, we were very happy to walk away for a total of â¬119.Guys, if your wives aren't enthusiastic at the idea of this restaurant, you can tell them it is only 15km from the MacArthur Glen designer outlet in Serravalle Scrivia. I think lunch here would be worth the 45km drive from our house near Nizza Monferrato; but if you have to put up with a morning's shopping at Serravalle and pretending to know the difference between Moschino and Missoni (I don't, either), then it's your due!
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