Discover Restaurants offering the best Soups food in Ravenna, Province of Ravenna, Italy. Ravenna once was the capital of the Byzantine Empire in Italy, and it still has amazing mosaics recalling that heritage. Also make sure you visit Dante's tomb, as well as the little pile of rubble where local residents hid his urn during WWII to prevent it from being damaged.
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4 based on 1074 reviews
Most Italian restaurants of whatever quality serve large amounts of pasta which after all is a relatively inexpensive food to cook. This quite beautiful restaurant (it's decorated in much the same semi-rustic style as most restaurants at least in Ravenna) is somewhat different in being "modern". While clearly Italian and probably Tuscan, there are more than enough individualistic touches in the dishes and in the cooking to make this, at least in our experience, quite unique.Servings are discreet, tending towards smallish but beautifully presented and very fastidiously served by very attentive wait staff.The distinctiveness of the cuisine of this restaurant left a positive impression on me.
4 based on 1399 reviews
The problem with food in Italy is that expectations are high. You don't expect anything but the best. I've been disappointed many times during this trip, but I've been compensated for all mediocre dinning by this meal at Il Molinetto. The mixed grill was perfect. The chef's pizza as well. Desserts were heaven. Their espresso and limoncello were the Gran Finale for this symphony of food.
4 based on 419 reviews
Welcome to the Cristallo restaurant in Ravenna. The restaurant has many years of experience and you very close to the beach (30 m), one of the best sea food restaurant. The restaurant will be closed for holidays from 8 December 2016 to 8 January 2017. Hap
Italian quality!! Just fish!! Good wine... The fish is cooked in the tradition of Romagna. Beautiful location. Open even in winter.
4 based on 1877 reviews
This restaurant is located on the main road to Ravenna, next to the motorway exit. It has a large parking, a sort of aviary zoo with different types of birds (flamingos, storks, etc...) and a landscaped garden used as photo background. The environment makes it a popular choice for wedding banquets, although it had a sort of melancholy feeling, not to mention the swarms of mosquitoes. The restaurant itself is enormous and it looks a bit like an industrial building filled with tables. We arrived at opening time, on a Tuesday night and were seated close to a large TV screen. Luckily the volume was off. The large room was promptly occupied by numerous families with noisy children. We ordered antipasti misti to share and due pizze, which were served on a wooden tray, in a nice presentation. We also had a carafe of white wine followed by one coffee and one grappa. The food quality was reasonable and the price fair. However, there was a mistake in the bill (they added two of the notorious âcopertiâ, as if we were four people instead of two). They were gracious enough to acknowledge their mistake. However, we will never know if the mistake was intentional or otherwise.Moreover, the restaurant totally lacks intimacy and atmosphere and I would not recommend it, unless you like the industrial feeling, lots of noisy children, TV screens and mosquitoes.
4 based on 430 reviews
I've been at Fuji many times with my partner and some friends as well. It's a little too noisy sometimes despite there are different dining rooms. I met local people and tourist as well. Food is fresh and well prepared on dishes. Service is genuine but not very professional. Looks like a big family where anyone does something but still accettable. The best menu option is the fixed price so within 20 euros you can eat all you can. I'll be back there again.
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