Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Santo Stefano di Cadore, Province of Belluno, Italy including Agriturismo Botondoro, Sandrocchia, Ristorante Da Plenta, Baita Pian dei Osei, Ai Lares, Albergo Ristorante Krissin, La Ziria, Camping Comelico, Pizzeria Jolly, Albergo Ristorante Alle Buone Arie
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4 based on 47 reviews
Val Disdende, una valle da scoprire. Recitava cosÃ¬ un cartello posto sulla statale Carnica nei pressi di Santo Stefano di Cadore che invitava a deviare dal percorso programmato. Dopo pochi km di salita la valle si apre in tutta la sua bellezza. Sta abbondantemente passando l'ora in cui normalmente si pranza e proprio davanti a noi, un bel locale che ci ricorda antiche trattorie. Il locale Ã¨ vuoto, c'era da aspettarselo, minaccia pioggia e non Ã¨ ancora tempo di turismo. Avrei accettato un: "Ã¨ ormai tardi" invece: "se vi accontentate?". Accoglienza, gentilezza ormai desueta, bontÃ dei cibi semplici. Cosa chiedere di piÃ¹?Non aspettatevi un locale raffinato da stelle Michelin ma se siete alla ricerca di un posto che vi ricordi il buon tempo andato in cui tutto era piÃ¹ semplice e umano, ci siete arrivati.
4 based on 42 reviews
i arrived for my holidays in italy,i m going in the centre of saint stefano,i see the italian pizzeria,very cood the pizza with pilze
4 based on 49 reviews
We had a very tasty delicious large pizza, lot of different pizza toppings to choose from too. Atmosphere is also very welcoming with a playing structure for kids outdoors and a small area with playing stuff indoors, thus ideal for families. The only thing is that they only serve pizza at least in the evening, so if your kids don't like pizza like mine it could be a problem. Well they still nibbled on a pizza somehow :-)
4 based on 25 reviews
La Å½Ã¬ria restaurant owes its name to the Ladino dialect of upper Comelico, where it means âswallowâ. We chose this name as an homage to our loyal customers, who, like the swallows, always come back home. Every day, we put all our passion at the service of
We were looking for a different place to eat and it was recommended by another restaurant that was full. What a find! Small dining room, but the food was beyond delicious. We were given an amuse bouche by the chef of melted cheese and spek that was deliciously seasoned. For a main course we ordered grilled sausage, venison in a dark wine sauce and polenta. Not a scrap left on any plate - superb! We also enjoyed a lovely red wine recommended by our server, Porpora. It too was a success. Would eat here again and again and again.
4 based on 112 reviews
Trovandomi di passaggio all'ora di pranzo abbiamo deciso di fermarci in questo ristornate per fare una sosta. Appena si entra si nota subito che ci si trova in bilico tra "locale turistico montanaro" e "trattoria per operai". Il personale Ã¨ cordiale e veloce (abituata a servire in velocitÃ gli operai che hanno poco tempo), il locale Ã¨ pulito ed offre una splendida vista sulle montagne, i piatti sono generosi e gustosi, i prezzi onesti, volendo durante la settimana funziona il menÃ¹ operaio (farai fatica ad alzarti poi).Una via di mezzo per una buona sosta.
4 based on 817 reviews
Even though we didn't follow our own directions up there in the title of our review, I must say we had an overall great experience at Ai Lares. Our server, Luigi, was extremely friendly and patient with his silly American guests who fumbled through the menu with their little Italian knowledge. In the end we had Luigi pick our food for us. The pasta was the highlight of our meal. It was a thing flat noodles with spicy sausage and sauce. I would definitely recommend it. I had speck and asparagus for my main ( I can't eat dairy and my options definitely were limited here ) and my husband had pork loin with cheese and mushrooms with polenta. He thought it was just okay. The house wine, while organic (which I appreciated), was just okay as well. The room was cozy with the wood stove going. I would say Luigi was what made our time here memorable. His interactions with us were so kind and warm and he made us feel so welcome. PS if you like grappa--do yourself a favor and buy some there. My husband got a little bottle and it was his favorite he's ever had!
4 based on 51 reviews
The atmosphere is great for those looking for a quite relaxing eve not a poshy one but lovely in it's natural setting. The food is home made & genuine and the owners are nice people. There is a small playing area for those like us with kids. The fact that we speak Italian made it more enjoyable to have a chat & enjoy a drink with the locals.
4 based on 61 reviews
Oggi a pranzo ho conosciuto questo bellissimo locale.Il menÃ¹ buonissimo, molto artigianale e decisamente di qualitÃ . Il prezzo Ã¨ assolutamente onesto, cordiale il personale. Consiglio la prenotazione
4 based on 203 reviews
Our best traditional meal in the Cadore region. The restaurant is located in Santo Stefano di Cadore, a little town at the far end of a very long tunnel through the mountains. You will find the restaurant just a few steps from the main road facing a square named in honor of September 11. We were welcomed very warmly by Charlie, the host, owner, and sole waiter. He was clearly rather baffled to find two Americans in his restaurant and flustered at the prospect of communicating in English, particularly since there is no written menu. Fortunately, I understand enough Italian that we managed pretty well and before long, an English-fluent regular arrived whom Charlie immediately deputized as translator. This is definitely a well-regarded local establishment. The food, prepared by Charlie's wife and delivered to the dining room via dumbwaiter, is traditional with an element of refinement. We enjoyed a meat and cheese plate for the antipasto, which came with onion jam (proudly claimed by Charlie) as well as pickled foraged mountain greens. For seconds, buccatini with braised deer and heavenly canederli three ways--herb, cheese and hazelnut, and minced meats. For the main, we shared beef, possibly the tastiest we'd ever had. That cow obviously lived a very good life in the mountains! This came with perfectly roasted potatoes and a few uninspired veggies. Upon entering the restaurant, you cannot miss the dessert display--a massive pastry-heaped table covered by a glass dome. At dessert time, Charlie invited us up to the display to explain our options. As it turns out, he is responsible for all of the baking at the restaurant. At the push of a button, the dome lifted, allowing Charlie to plate our dessert. We opted for a sample plate of local cookies which were all excellent. We especially like the lingue di gatto ("cat's tongues"), paper-thin butter-crisp curls which we dipped in a decadent cream custard. He also offered several tarts and strudels and zuppa inglese (another table ordered this and the entire bowl was delivered to their table.) Charlie steered us right with an excellent bottle of fairly priced wine with supper and then two glasses of dessert wine to follow. The other diners were very nice as well, and we were amazed at how friendly and curious everyone was. We absolutely loved this place and Charlie!
4 based on 216 reviews
Aperto al pubblico l'8 dicembre 2012, la nostra struttura offre un'ampia scelta di piatti, tipici di un'agricucina di montagna. Le nostre pietanze vengono somministrate in base alla stagionalita delle materie prime. Offriamo un accurata selezione di forma
This agritourismo serves the most excellent food. It is all sourced locally from their farm including fantastic cheeses. There is a large choice with provision for non meat eaters which is not always easy to find. The ricotta gnocchi were so good we had it on both nights we are there. The staff are friendly and delightful. Clearly this place is known to locals who seem to choose it for special occasions from what we could observe. You will not be disappointed
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