Find out what European restaurants to try in Varigotti including Ristorante Il Vescovado, Dal Pucci, Acquaviva, Da Pino di Giorgio, Il Paradiso di Manu, Ristorante Vittoria Noli, Pilade, Quarto Di Bue, Antico Pozzo Bar Bistrot, Bastian Contrario
Things to do in Varigotti
4 based on 1664 reviews
Trattoria rustica con menu alla carta e piatti del giorno. Carne, primi, pizze bianche e pesce. 2 forni a legna e selezione di vini. Inoltre abbiamo piatti senza carne o formaggi, ma non siamo organizzati per offrire un menÃ¹ vegano.
Sometimes you got lucky just to enjoy the simple pleasures of this life: wonderful surroundings, nice restaurant packed with lively people, generous hosts, and straight tasty food, nothing fancy, but just right, fresh and from the soul! If you are wise enough to see whatâs the real deal, come across this place. Enjoy and remember
4 based on 224 reviews
Located right at the beginning of the village entrance, we had good white wine (strongly advise Vermentino, a local wine from the terraced hills above the sea, and were treated to fresh, wholesome and delish little treats by the nice waitress. Will be back for lunch, fair priced and with interesting items on the menu. Worth it.
4 based on 412 reviews
Got there around 19:45 on a thursday, the menu was in Italian (no surprise there), but thank god the waiters spoke english (that one was a first). Had an amazing stake and delicious dessert with a beer. The service was great and the waiters seriously cute and sweet. Will definately be back.Iâd recommend a dish but I canât possibly remember what it was called or how it was spelled, but if I were you Iâd try what I tried!
4 based on 434 reviews
The bar/restaurant was 20meters from our hotel so after we discovered it it quickly became our local. We generally had one of their tables outside so we could enjoy the evening air and vibe as the pedestrianised street was always buzzing. This gave a really good, relaxed atmosphere and the waitresses were always extremely friendly and helpful. Good selection of beers, wines and definitely recommend their cocktails. They always brought out a nice selection of complimentary bar snacks with our drinks - not just crisps and nuts, but focaccia, pizza, olives, mini sandwiches and once when I ordered a good rum a small plate of top quality dark chocolate. Nice touches and attention to detail.Go there and have a fun and relaxing time.
3 based on 483 reviews
Really liked this place. Probably the most classy of the seafront restaurants in Noli. Come again, thanks!Especially the orata as well as the trofie al pesto are recommendable.However, we also enjoyed the spaghetti vongole as well as the cozze which are all great!!
4 based on 435 reviews
This was probably the best meal I have ever had (and I love food). The ambiance is unparalleled-ocean views from atop a cliff setting with candles and background music. A packed house didn't stop our waitress from being efficient, patient, and perfect in her timing of courses. The house red wine was full bodied and delicious. I ordered a shrimp & "grits" type dish to begin and then scallops. Beyond perfection. The bread was flaky on the outside, warm and soft on the inside. A delightful meal well worth the drive!
4 based on 364 reviews
Small and beautiful restaurant in the heart on Noli, of of the most beatiful old village in Italy. Fresh fish and seasonal recipe are our best. Try our degustation menu for 25 or 35 euros
Ristorante Da Pino is a tiny restaurant in a small side street of Noli. There are only about ten tables so booking is a must! The menu changes depending on availability of fresh produce however there is more than enough delicious choices for all tastes!I started with shrimps and then the most delicious champage and cognac risotto. My husband had squid ink pasta and then a grilled whole fish with roasted vegetables. They were was all excellent. We ended our meal with homemade lemoncello.The service is excellent even with only one person serving all tables and we were surprised how well the tiny kitchen coped with a full restaurant.The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is because it cost us the same as the local Michelin Star restaurant (Ristorante Il Vescovado) and I felt we had much better value for money there.It is still a wonderful restaurant and I would definitely return, especially for the risotto!!
4 based on 505 reviews
lovely ambiance - table settings nice... we tried an appetizer of crispy cod, this was excellent...first course we tried a ravioli - second course was a tagliatelle vitello - all dishes were excellent on taste and lovely presentation...splitting the dishes all through was the way to go, large portions....the desserts were over the top... a millefoglie tart which had berries, and cream was outstanding....limone sorbetto was amazing ....complimentary lemoncello... with the courses we had an excellent prosecco which was complimentary upon arrival, and we stuck with glasses through the meal it was that clean and crisp... overall not expensive for the servings, but well worth a splurge...one of the few really worthy restaurants in this area... Only improvement would be to add candles to the tables, and dim the lights slightly....would be amazing candlelit. Lovely dining room ambiance.
4 based on 1384 reviews
We are eating our way through Italy on a two-week working vacation. Dal Pucci was one of the restaurants we were recommended to try and it was fantastic. We had the tomato mozzarella appetizer--fresh and delicious--followed by the breaded and fried veal cutlet (huge, thin, perfectly cooked), red sauce penne, Pesto Trofie Pasta (exceptional) and ended with Chocolate mouse with cookies. With a half liter bottle of red wine our bill came to about $44 Euros. We highly recommend this place.
4 based on 639 reviews
The site on which the structure stands dominates the entire inlet of Noli, including the historical center of the old marine republic, and looks out upon the open sea, towards the eastern ligurian coast and the Apuane Alps.The Bishopâs Residential Palace
I hate giving bad reviews however our two experiences were utterly different.Last time we felt we had landed in heaven with the beautiful dining room and attentive service. The waiter was passionate about what he was serving and the sommelier gave us an excellent selection of wine with our delicious and varied tasting menu. And to top it off, the pricing was excellent.This time we sat outside on the balcony with beautiful views of the town and the bay. The waitresses were attentive but lacked enthusiasm. The sommelier was quite frankly lazy, and used the same wine for three of our courses. The pungent fishiness of each course overpowered the other flavours although the presentation was beautifully artistic and interesting. And our meal had doubled in price from 3 years previously. Sadly, I donât think we will be returning.
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