Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Mondavio, Province of Pesaro and Urbino, Italy including Locanda San Martino, Osteria della Rocca, La Palomba, Osteria! Cianni Tartufi e Figli, Osteria Nido dell'Astore, Il Castagno, La Bottega Di Via Cimarelli, Barocco Ristorantino, Ristorante da Maria, Nova Taberna
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4 based on 191 reviews
We had a lovely evening at Nova Taberna. Sitting outside at a small balcony/terrace overlooking Corinaldo and surroundings and having a nice glass of Prosecco was a perfect start. Menu is not very large, but offers a fair choice also if vegetarian dishes (for antipasti, primi and secondi). Service was a bit chaotic (mixed up food and drink orders), but very friendly. The antipasti were delicious, primi and secondi very good...only the dessert was disappointing (as it is often in Italian restaurants, better to have an ice-cream in a Gelateria afterwards). Overall, a very nice evening at a reasonable price.
4 based on 87 reviews
The place is nestled between the gorgeous hills of Mondavio, it's a very old and traditional family run restaurant or rather trattoria as we say in Italy. The entrance can be misleading, from the outside it looks like a bar but on the back a large room and a small alfresco corner will grant you a table even in peak season. The owner and his wife are lovely, we went there on several occasions and were always happy. They select their ingredients with extreme care (which is so rare in the area), the best olive oil and ham/salumi, cheeses and depending on the season truffles, mushrooms, fresh vegetables from local producers. They make delicious first traditional dishes, passatelli, tagliatelle, have a good wine list and, last but not least, very low prices for the quality they offer (the set menus at 25/35 euro). We love it!
4 based on 44 reviews
Along the way through the village you will find this nice ristorantino with extremely friendly owner and good personel! An unpretentious accomodation with excellent quality of pizza's for a very kind price. We really loved it, especially the pleasant service, the merry owner and the delicious pizza's. As a gift 'from the house' we received a tasty limoncello originally from the region
5 based on 109 reviews
We took a stroll through this beautiful village on our arrival night, we had done no research into the town or what to expect.We came cross La Bottega Di Via Cimarelli and took a seat in the outdoor courtyard. Our Spoken Italian is limited and the owners English is minimal also, but don't let this turn you away. The menu is amazing!!!We asked for what ever pizza he recommended, accompanied with two glasses of local red wine. What came to our table was nothing but beautiful food and wine. A lovely way to spend the evening under a lit- up umbrella
4 based on 180 reviews
Really big restaurant with at least + 100 seats on the terras. Quality of the food is unfortunately not as high as the possible customers...We had the cold antipasta of fish and the ones that ate this were sick the same evening...The pasta portions are extremely big and therefore not tastefull. For us a no go. There are better places in Mondavio on 5 km distance...
4 based on 337 reviews
We were lucky to get a table on a busy Saturday lunchtime, and loved the place. Quite traditional, full of Italians having sociable multi-course lunches, many greeted personally by the staff; cheerful and friendly. I ordered the crescia with cold meats, cheeses and cooked spinach as a starter, and it was so large that we could hardly finish it between two without making another course (already ordered) an impossibility. All the food was good, and apple cake, nut tart and limoncello came gratis at the end. We forced ourselves....Just the kind of place you hope to find, in a small Italian town in the countryside.
5 based on 37 reviews
This is an amazing restaurant with great views and incredible food. Davide and his dad should be extremely proud of what theyâve achieved in making this a great food destination. The truffles, local cheeses, vegetables, and ham really showcase the local produce. It is a delicious combination with great wines chosen by Davide. Really nice atmosphere and service. Will return often.
4 based on 169 reviews
You already list this establishment as a hotel, but I believe that more travelers would be interested in it as a restaurant. La Palomba indeed is an albergo, but it is better known as a restorante and pizzeria.
Mondavio with it's impressive fortress is a lovely side trip if you're touring the Marche region. La Palomba is a hotel restaurant that I found in Fred Plotkin's culinary guide to Italy and it didn't disappoint. First of all, there were only locals in the place--we were the only foreigners. We started with the house mixed anti-pasto which was very impressive and included the rarely seen component of truffled scrambled eggs which were a joy. Though it was lunch, they fire up the pizza only one day a week (thursday) and so we ordered a couple which were absolutely first rate. We ended with an insalata mista which was one of the best we had on our tour of the region. Highly recommended.
4 based on 196 reviews
The owner greeted us warmly on arrival - as it was fairly chilly we ate inside, so we're unable to appreciate the views from the terrace. Perhaps another time.The food was simply exquisite. Although not a vegetarian, I chose the polenta served with truffle sauce. It tasted divine and I would love to be able to reproduce it at home. My partner chose a pizza, which was one of the best that he has eaten - very light yet cooked to perfection.Th service was exemplary and we couldn't have had a better evening.
4 based on 200 reviews
A place which is not easy to find, but when you find it you can only be happy that you did. They serve typical food from the region, and it all tastes delicious. The primi (pastas) are wonderful and as secondo we can definitely recommend the tagliata with rosemary. Delicious !Remarkable is that despite the location of the restaurant, the place was completely full. The locals definitely know the place ! Just be prepared that a little knowledge of the italian language helps ; everything happens in Italian.
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