Find out what Barbecue restaurants to try in Perugia. This picturesque Umbrian city has a history that spans many eras. The city wall and arch are Etruscan; the sixth-century Sant'Angelo church was built atop a Roman temple; the town's cathedral is both Gothic and Renaissance. If you have a sweet tooth, visit the famous Perugina chocolate factory; if you have a full set of sweet teeth, visit during the Eurochocolate festival, held in October, when the entire town reportedly smells of chocolate.
Things to do in Perugia
4 based on 637 reviews
Ristorante/Braceria specializzato in carne alla brace di alta qualitÃ , italiana, francese, olandese. Diamo ai clienti la possibilitÃ di scegliere tra un menÃ¹ alla carta o fisso compreso di degustazione di antipasti tipici umbri, carni cotte rigorosamente
After a big lunch in Perugia we dropped in here just for a salad and a bottle of local white wine late on a Sunday evening. Coming from Perthshire we were amazed to find all the salads named after Scottish towns (Perth, Lerwick, Stirling....) so no prizes for guessing what we took! It was big and tasty.The local Umbrian wine made from four grape varieties had a good depth and was reasonably priced. The service was cheerful and the place was well patronised by locals. The decor was somewhere between bierkeller and brasserie with beer posters from all over.
4 based on 299 reviews
I would avoid. Seems like most people order fish, which is strange for (landlocked) Umbria. We all got pasta and it was unremarkable at best. The antipasto was overpriced and pretty sad.
4 based on 443 reviews
We visited a couple of times in November and were really surprised - great location, very creative menu with personal choice options and delicoius crafted beers to go with it. Love the aquarium kitchen, nice to watch your food being created the burgers are really amongst the best we ever had. Should we ever return to this area, we'll be sure to come back for seconds :D
4 based on 939 reviews
An old farmhouse at your disposal for an intense and satisfying dip in the nature of Umbria, to enjoy an important event or a delicious evening with friends. Young and highly professional staff welcomes its customers in a friendly environment, offering wi
My fiance' and I, and my Italian father and his wife ate at La Locanda dei Golosi twice in the space of a week, as were staying in a B&B elsewhere in Bosco.The first time was good enough, though service was slow and my fiance' found the pizza he ordered, a calzone, was doughy. Still, we visited again two or three evenings later, mainly because we hadn't found other places in that particular area and because we decided to give it another go.This time sadly the service was worse. I can't necessarily blame all the waiters because it was incredibly busy, as they had another buffet-style event taking place in a larger room on the premises. But moods were pretty foul with staff were storming off in frustration, and we had to wait a long time again to be served. In one particular instance, I was shocked one waiter had the audacity to repeat a menu option veeeeery slowly, almost pausing on every letter, to my father who simply hadn't heard due to the noise. It was rude, it even sounded rude and it was simply patronising. I would have complaint but I tried to swallow it, if only not to cause further embarrassment to my father and his wife.Food was average the second time around, although we were brought the exact same toppings we had seen on our starters the first night we went, but this time used on something else altogether. It didn't exactly give the impression of being fresh food.Overall, it was hit-and-miss but we wouldn't have gone back the second time. Shame because the setting looks nice.
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