Discover the best restaurant in Province of Bologna, Italy including San Domenico, Agriturismo Mulino degli Elfi, Osteria Callegherie, Il Cucco, Trattoria di Via Serra, Las Piadina, Ristorante Ensama Pesce, Agriturismo Fattoria Ca di Sole, Salumeria Simoni, L'Arcimboldo
Things to do in Province of Bologna
4.5 based on 961 reviews
Enjoy the highest level menu made with the best quality ingredients. My favorites: Noisettes crispy sweetbreads cream burned leeks, potato chips "vitellotte" and black truffle sauce; egg ravioli "San Domenico" with mountain butter, fresh parmesan and seasonal truffles, sirloin of veal cooked at low temperature with sunflower seeds cream and Brussels sprouts. A tasteful food experience.
4.5 based on 215 reviews
I've been there only once but I cannot forget that day: that place is absolutely beautiful entirely surrounded by nature (and their own pets!!!)
We spent almost an hour walking around nearby the river, so lovely wait I'd say!
The food was quite simple but at the same time so tasty and delicious. Nothing to complain about it.
It really worth a visit, highly recommended specially in a sunny day.
4.5 based on 401 reviews
The restaurant is located in the historic center of Imola and is located across the street of the same name, which formerly housed the workshops of the tanner, from the Latin 'callegarius'. The modern furniture, sober and elegant, enriched by statues Florentine terracotta and illuminated by soft lighting creates a warm and welcoming environment, edited by Arch. Franco Rosignolo that has created a twin in New York. To welcome you, Leonardo and Luke, while Antonio and Marco serves creative dishes in the kitchen and processed. Interesting selection of wines and spirits.
We went here with another American couple--good friends--and we were thrilled when we sat down and the host asked where we were from, and upon learning Calif announced that he had lived in San Francisco back in the 80s...Leonardo was the perfect host, and we had a great meal. The chef had also lived in the US, and came out and chatted with us. We split all 3 of the pasta dishes, which were excellent, and had bites of eachother's main courses, and desserts, so I can safely say that all the food, and the wine recommended by Leonardo, were great.
The decor is very modern Italian, sleek, but still warm. They also have a sister restaurant called Vice Versa on 51st in NYC, so for those of you near there, go check it out!
4.5 based on 280 reviews
The restaurant uses organic produce from its own farm or from nearby. The food is more "home cooking" than restaurant in style, but still very good. All in all a thumbs-up.Grazie mille di avere evidenziato quello in cui ci impegnamo: accoglienza, familiarità e qualità. alessandra e angelo
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We were told about this little jewel and came twice during 4 days in Bologna. Fun to get out of the touristy center and the food was fabulous. We particularly recommend the “tosone” (melted cheese), tortellini with pumpkin/ricotta, crescenti(little crisp flat bread) with funghi, but everything is terrific. Flavio, the owner, is so wonderful he’s worth a trip by himself! Highly recommend!
4.5 based on 283 reviews
This corner has a varitety of piadine & crescioni which are tyipical breads of this region. The menu is great and they can make any combination of meats and cheeses you select too. Seat there or take it to go. I did the to-go and my piadine -parmesan cheese & prosciutto crudo- was the size of a dinner plate. The take-away bag had a plate and napkins. I ate one half out-of-the oven and the second-half later. It was as delicious even cold.
5 based on 799 reviews
Almost a year has past, but our little family's memory of dining at Ensama lives on strong! Chef Sabino and his talented team served us one of the finest meals we've ever had - ever - anywhere! Every course was unique and artfully presented, emphasizing the flavor of the fish or seafood and not other accoutrements. We never placed an order, but rather sat back and enjoyed every one of about 8 courses. Chef Sabino is not only talented and gracious, but his background and credentials are extremely impressive. The location of the restaurant seems off the beaten path, but likely within 15 minutes of most anywhere you are in the Bologna area. Go out of your way, make a special trip, or stay an extra night just to have dinner at Ensama!
5 based on 211 reviews
Mauro was so kind to open his restaurant to us on a day when it normally would be closed as my family and I stopped for Lunch on our way to Florence from Verona. Mauro and his family treated us as family during our brief...MoreThank you very mutch, it was a pleasure
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Loved this little place. It’s a great way to sample local meats, cheese and produce with a warming glass of wine or two. We had a huge tasting plate that had very different meats and cheese than we had tasted before. The staff were very involved in letting us know where the items came from in the region, and are extremely friendly. Had to revisit twice we enjoyed it so much.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Tiny and cozy restaurant, placed in the city centre of Bologna, close to the main square, Piazza Maggiore and close to the train station and the most popular monuments. The restaurant suggests traditional cuisine modernized by new matches of flavours and textures. Small wine list focused on local wine with an attention for italian and international wines. A basement set up for event and art Exhibitions.
My wife and I had dinner here and found it to be a bit of a mixed experience. The restaurant is relatively tucked away, quite small but pleasant enough. It takes its name from the Italian painter who specialised in constructing paintings using fruit and vegetables as the artwork. A copy of one of his paintings is inside the entrance. We were offered two tables and made the mistake of choosing one by the coat rack. Unfortunately, this means you are disturbed on a regular basis as customers come and go. Still, it was our choice so I can’t really blame the restaurant for that.
The starters were very promising and my wife had scallop with potato sauce which tasted wonderful. I had the snails and frogs legs. The snails in particular were some of the best I have tasted and I have eaten plenty in France that were not as good as this. For main course my wife had veal escalope and I had saddle of rabbit. The rabbit was very tender and tasted good. Unfortunately, the veal was way overcooked and very dry. We mentioned this when asked by the proprietor what we thought of the dishes.
Service is friendly and attentive and you will be sure of a warm welcome. It was just a pity that one of our dishes did not live up to the standard of the others. We paid €73 for the food and wine was €19 for a decent white. Worth a visit.
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