Best Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Italian food in Pretoro. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Italian restaurants near you. including Pasta Love, Ristorante il Vignale, Ristorante Brancaleone, La Majelletta Ristorante-Pizzeria, Borgo Nuovo, La Vineria di Salnitro, La Grotta dei Raselli, Villa Maiella, Carletti -Nonna Ida, La Chiesetta
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4 based on 79 reviews
We have been quite a few times, the pizzas are great, really delicious and nice thin crusts. The service is usually very good, polite, fast and friendly but maybe avoid evenings when a big football match is on! The last time due to the game the TV overpowered the usual calm atmosphere, the staff were rushed off their feet, food and drink served at a snail pace. However this was only one occasion and we will go back without a doubt, looking forward to the next Pizza James and a dozen or more arrosticini!
Un buon ristorante "rustico" che ha un panorama fantastico fatto da bosco, il suono delle sorgenti dell'alento e la Chiesa di san liberatore a Maiella. Ha prodotti freschi e genuini, con piatti stagionali, ben serviti e presentati. Antipasto di Nonna Ida vario e buono. Ho provato i tagliolini al tartufo e funghi porcini ottimo. Dolci buoni e bene presentati. Personale gentile e disponibile, locale pulito.
4 based on 597 reviews
Four of us had the territorio menu. Tastes of the local specialities of Abruzzo. Start to finish it was excellent. Service top notch. Friendly and not stuffy. We chose our own wines and the waiter steered us to another wine, surprisingly it was less in cost than the one we had chosen. Proof that, to them, it matters more that the wine match your food perfectly than making a profit. And to Reviewer Andrei, who disingenuously said only French food rated Michelin stars, he is a snob and has no palate. He wouldnât know quality food if it hit him in the face.
4 based on 642 reviews
La Grotta is unique as part of it is inside a small cave. This cave and the ret of the restaurant is beautifully finished off and well decorated and lit. One must mention the toilets as being the best toilets I have every had the good fortune to visit. We, a party of 6, dined the the cave section surrounded by dozens of bottles of wine.The menu was not extensive but covered the main Italian food groups. We did ask about specials and were offered one or two dishes of something off menu. I messed up and ordered steak, I should have been more local. The food everyone had must have been extremely good based on the comments around the table. Plus the wines both red and white we delicious.When our waiter nor the owner, both of whom had limited english, could not answer a question the english speaking chef was called to our table.In conclusion for those of us used to paying city prices for 5 star service you will be pleasantly surprised.If you are ever within 100 kilometres of this restaurant please go.
5 based on 358 reviews
A great find and completely different to other restaurants in the area. The setting's quirky and original - set into the old walls of pretty village San Martino della Marrucina. Decor's comfortable, romantic and highly original. (You'll see what I mean when you get there). Mellow background music just perfect for the setting.The food is outstanding. An original, modern and delicious twist on standard Italian fare. Red wine risotto; rabbit terrine; signature starter of a salt-baked onion with parmesan; pasta with a sauce made from osso bucco; organic pork fillet with a red wine glaze; a deconstructed cheesecake dessert. No menu - but Padrone Angelo will carefully guide you through the choices for each course. And help with the wine ! Can genuinely recommend La Vineria. Each visit is a new pleasure.
4 based on 135 reviews
It is hard not to get the homemade ravioli every time we go here.I get the ravioli pomodoro and my husband gets the ravioli with butter and sage.Good pizza and arrosticini at dinner time. And they also make a great homemade tiramisu in a canning jar.
4 based on 108 reviews
Family owned restaurant which serves home made pasta and local dishes with pizzeria service in the evenings. English spoken. Sorry no animals allowed
We always come down from Passo Lanciano skiing & have a late lunch here. The food is excellent & very reasonably priced. Mixed bruschetta (I love the sausage one) is â¬2.50 & lasagna & cannelloni are just â¬6 & really good value.
4 based on 291 reviews
Price, atmosphere, and service were great, making it a great value. we chose a vegetarian ensemble of dishes, It was a plentiful, diverse, delicious and well presented array of food. I am not sure of every night but on our night live musicians played fun and lively traditional style music....for me, I loved it.
4 based on 275 reviews
This is worth visiting. As all good Abruzzesi food, it is seasonal and delicious. This restaurant is one recommended by locals, and it is usually pretty busy. Ravioli, stuffed with pecorino, served with a walnut dressing (autumn), or wild boar cutlets, from a tender young thing......Reasonable prices, friendly, bustling and enjoyable in every respect. Give it a go!
Laboratorio Artigianale di Pasta Fresca e Gastronomia. Potrete gustare i nostri piatti al tavolo oppure ordinarli da asporto o a domicilio tramite l'app "pastalove" disponibile per tutti gli smartphone. Tavoli in giardino in estate. Nel nostro punto potet
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