Reviews on Mediterranean food in Zanica, Province of Bergamo, Italy including Monna Lisa, Osteria Risi.Co, L'Officina, Fienodoro Osteria, Exte, Jolly's, Lo Scalo dei Sapori, Ristorante Pasta & Basta, Osteria, Griglieria Bacco Matto, One Love Restaurant
4 based on 84 reviews
I came to this restaurant when on one of my nights in Bergamo with some friends. The restaurant is self is very nice with a great patio. We had both food and drinks and everything was good. The service was excellent. We were from out of town and one of the chefs was very accommodating and helpful when it came to ordering.
4 based on 1379 reviews
L'osteria Baccomatto Ã¨ un ristorante con specialitÃ alla brace e un'accurata scelta di primi piatti,antipasti,contorni e dolci tutti preparati in casa partendo da materie prime di qualitÃ ! Ci piace stare con la gente e trascorrere il tempo in allegria con
We were invited by friends for a dinner. As meat lovers, we ordered the Australian Picanha - on of the best I ever had, even having lived in Brazil, where the picanha is traditional in all grill parties.Â Grilled to the point, nicely rare, as it has to be.Excellent vines, very nice and efficient service - an allround successful evening!
4 based on 494 reviews
Restaurant specialized in pasta dishes. Light and tasty cuisine with homemade pasta; we work with over 25 types of pasta including dietary and gluten-free, with the possibility of tasting various types of pasta with various sauces. Alternative proposals a
Called in on way to Airport.Only realised after that the restaurant was due to close.Was offered English menus which made our life a lot easier, English are so lazy when it come to languages!We was still made welcome by what I presume the owner, also spoke good English.All food was lovely, the house wine was just how I like it, not too dry, pity I didnât ask what it was.Food was lovely and sensible prices.If back in the area will defiantly call in again.Thanks very much for looking after us Dear Mrsubby, we're so happy that you enjoyed the food and the wine at our restaurant. Thank you a lot for all the nice words. Hoping for you return! Thank you very much.I'm going to send you all the details of the wine in the private chat.
4 based on 231 reviews
"Lo Scalo dei Sapori" is an italian restaurant with a warm and relaxing atmosphere, just 1 km far from Orio al Serio International Airport in Bergamo. Here you will have the chance to taste some of the most popular dishes of the Mediterranean tradition, a
I went twice, one month apart, both times with friends, and the experience was dramatically different: lunch was excellent, almost white glove service, every detail counted, super cozy and amazing food; then dinner with lack of care, wrong food delivered to our table, extremely long wait. It was bizarre: other guests who came later were served before and even left the place while we were still wondering where our dishes were. It did not even seem like we were in the same restaurant! A third time will tell
4 based on 239 reviews
We had a long layover at Bergamo on the way home to Ireland from Bulgaria and I wanted to find a nearby restaurant for a good Italian meal which would meet my partners coeliac requirements. A google later we found Jollys, a very unassuming restaurant which is in the small village of Grassobbio, 10 minute taxi from the airport. It is open all day and has an extensive menu. The owner was so welcoming and we had an excellent octopus salad starter to share, brilliant pizza and gluten free beer and desert. They do all sorts of grain bases, pastas and meat and fish courses also. We were given gifts as we left and had a great chat with the owner also. It is worth getting away from the airport and chains in the nearby shopping centre for a decent meal with a fantastic welcome and very decent food. We will return!
4 based on 295 reviews
We were staying in the Winter Garden Hotel near Bergamo airport following a week in and around Lake Garda and were looking for somewhere to have dinner other than the trendy hotel restaurant. This place was recommended to me by a local so I took a drive out to recce the menu and spotted my wifeâs favourite pasta dish (alla Norma). I was told there was no need to reserve a table during the week and we returned an hour later and got a table, although it was actually very busy for a Tuesday night and before long all the tables were occupied. From the outside, expectations would be low but the restaurant is somewhat hidden within a bar next to a petrol station and is incredibly popular with locals, we were the only non-Italians there. I speak Italian but they did manage to find an English menu for my wife, which helped with some of the unfamiliar menu items. The staff were welcoming and friendly. I must caution that the portions are VERY big by normal restaurant standards and would strongly recommend that you either forego a starter or just share one. My wife ordered the Formaggi alla Piastra and Miele (baked cheese with honey), which consisted of three large pieces of different baked/fried cheese with honey, walnuts, onion marmalade and apple sauce; it was very good but it could have fed four people as an after dinner cheese board. In addition I had ordered Potato Tart with Mushrooms, which turned out to be two large potato and mushroom stacks swimming in a creamy cheese âsoupâ, which was delicious but again huge! We had already been served some excellent seasoned pizza base, which is one of our favourites so by the end of the starters we were already full up! For the main I had ordered Tuna Fillet in sesame seeds, which was just okay because the crust of sesame seeds was a bit scorched, tainting the taste a bit, I had ordered a side of roasted potatoes, which were good but I regretted as it was a large portion. My wife naturally had the Paccheri alla Norma (Large type of pasta with a sauce of tomato, aubergine, basil and mozzarella), which was very good. There was a dessert trolley with around ten different, tempting desserts but we were so full that we had to pass, although I was sorely tempted by the Strawberry Tart. We ordered a quarter carafe of house red but were served a half carafe, only being charged for the quarter, which was very generous and the wine was very palatable. This restaurant was a great find and well worth the 4.7km drive from the hotel. If staying near Bergamo airport again, we would definitely return to this restaurant but would only order one starter!
4 based on 178 reviews
What Can I say, I am still there and I already want to give an advice about this place.Nice welcoming with a smile, but after that they let me alone for a long while, maybe busy with some other customers.I asked for the menu after 15 minutes and finally I could order. But all those small problems are completely forgotten when I was in front of the quality of the meals and their nice look.Everything was tasty.I would suggest this place for sure, it's really good.Just a small suggestion : please give the menu immediately when the customer is getting there, or he/she would feel a bit..... abandoned. All rest is nice!
4 based on 399 reviews
In the kitchen, the work starts from the raw material: carefully selected and treated with respect to value the best products in recipes that are researched, sophisticated but never contrived. The ingredients, their flavors, their textures and aromas are
we came to stay here for one night because it is near to Bergamo airport. we discovered this restaurant, part of the WINTER GARDEN HOTEL, is worth coming to even if you dont fly! this restaurasnt has class, the service is impeccable, the wine delicious, the food absolutely perfect, the ambience romantic: RECOMMENDED!
4 based on 643 reviews
Very desapointed and upset. We booked a table for 2 at the restaurant. We came on time but unfortunately we were not italian and the table available was given to a italian couple with no booking. They offered us a table in the noisy partir the bar instead of the restaurant. So unfair !!!sorry for the incident.Â we just accept online booking and being the first times there could be some inconvenience especially on Saturdays where the turnout is higher.also the other "Italian" customers had booked the problem and that on the online booking is not indicated if you use the room with a high table or the room with a normal table.we are always correct with all the customers both Italian and of different nationality the error and "the fork" that should highlight the difference of tables.we have highlighted the problem at the online booking site that will provide for the resolution.thank you and sorry again
4 based on 703 reviews
Monna Lisa grew out of a combination of numerous work and life experiences, in a family which has always worked in the restaurant business. The birth of a daughter... a passion for ancient and traditional art... Sicilian culture which integrates with the
I've eaten much better elsewhere with prices like these. In addition the staff have no idea about service, they take our coats in the beginning only to leave you searching for them when leaving. And also, one hateful thing, which is unfortunately very common in Italy, is that they take your plate whilst you're still chewing your food. What's the hurry?? And I don't like to be left without a plate when my friends are still eating, even if I've finished eating.
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