Castelfranco Veneto (Venetian: Casteło) is a town and comune of Veneto, northern Italy, in the province of Treviso, 30 kilometres (19 miles) by rail from the town of Treviso. It is approximately 40 km (25 mi) inland from Venice.
Things to do in Castelfranco Veneto
4 based on 222 reviews
We came and had dinner. During the two hours the restaurant was empty. The decoration is Kitsch and old-fashioned much as the padrone whom you find on wall photographs with local illustrissimi. The place is passë. The waiters were very kind, the food medium to low.
It's evidently a place for weddings not for dinning.
4.5 based on 607 reviews
Welcome to a magic and spelbinding place in the very heart of Castelfranco Veneto, inside its centuries old ramparts, where you will soon feel at home.Take a seat and allow yourself to be spoilt by our casual ambience, informal hospitality and a cuisine whose roots dig deep in the traditions of one of the richest italian territories, proposing only the very best of our sea and land dishes, revisited with a modern twist...All with simplicity.
Nice place, good food. Lot of locals can be found here. Maybe a bit too decent if you are looking for place with some fun.
4.5 based on 301 reviews
After a difficult experience of finding the restaurant (don't trust Apple Maps, it was at the back of the Church through the carpark.) we were welcomed in to their authentic and understated dining room. There is no written menu, probably because it changes daily, so the head chef himself talked through each dish at the table. Despite their lack of English and our lack of Italian and with good humor on both sides, a series of delicious and creative dishes arrived at our table. Think "Slow Food", organic wine - authentic Veneto experience.
4 based on 211 reviews
Among our very few top favorites! apparently unknown.
We have only been there once, but we would surely love to return. It was highly recommended by the staff at the Hotel Alla Torre It is just outside the old town walls, within a short easy walk from the hotel. The specialty is seafood. We both had seafood, sole/bass and thought both were cooked to perfection, as were the vegetables. Salad was fresh and delicious, Dessert also, and they gave us a little shot of some kind of cherry flavored liquor that was nice, too. Their balsamic vinegar was so good that I bought a bottle to carry home.
Service was impeccable - and you will only find one other restaurant about which I would say that. Every slight hint of anything we wanted was attended to quickly. Atmosphere was quiet and relaxed. If there was anything i might have wanted it would be to space the tables out a little more, but that is not a big issue.
4 based on 256 reviews
full name is Ristorante Ai Do Mori Sas Di Granilli Ivo & Co, as can be found on Google Earth
The street in old Castelfranco is lovely, the entrance is very attractive. The padrone does his best to offer his products but it was not convincing. Not the food quality and not the price, too high for the quality. The wine was good because I made a good choice. The place is too small for all the people pressing inside and the ventilation is scarse. You get out smelling padron'e kitchen.
The price is too high for what you get.
4 based on 387 reviews
Every time we visit Castelfranco we come across these wonderful little gems. Pizzeria Nonna is a diamond for sure.
First there are plenty of tables, both inside and outside. The servers were all patient with our limited Italian language skills. Between the two of is, we shared a pizza diavola, a salad, and a plate of French fries. All were just perfect. The pizza was wonderful perfect crust and a great spicy salami. The salad was very generously sized and the fries were hot and perfectly salted.
We will definitely return to Pizzeria Nonna a few more times before we leave Castelfranco.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
The initial journey to this restaurant was business related and for lunch. Little did I know it would capture the essence of what I was looking for in Italy. If you love northern Italy food, you must go there. If you want to make friends, go there. Food and service beyond expectation--and great conversation. For a person that loves life, aromas, and culture, make sure you go.
4.5 based on 475 reviews
The restaurant is on a quite busy country road, but the plants shield it very efficiently from the traffic. The tables outside are nicely arranged, in a setup which looks like a mixture of a wedding party and an afternoon tea.
the chef's special menu was wonderful, featuring an entree a soup and a fillet dish, whit a capasanta ravioli in between. The theme of the dishes dances around porcini, parmesan and pumpkin, in a wonderful mixture which exalts the senses.
the choice of desserts was small but excellent and nothing in the meal or in the service left anything to be desired. Really an excellent experience, decently priced for the value.
4.5 based on 431 reviews
After looking for a nice restaurant outside the town walls of Castelfranco, our friend discovered Feva on trip advisor. 4 of us enjoyed an eight course degustation dinner with a birdseye view of the kitchen. The food was very imaginative and extremely tasty, a bonus was being told they grow their own organic vegetables - no chemicals. The best. Excellent service.
4 based on 1 reviews
Closed monday and saturday on midday, thursday all day
In the middle of nowhere is this lovely little restaurant that you can book online using MyTable. We had a great mixed seafood appetizer, then our main course was a grilled branzino that was as good as it gets. A lovely bottle of Prosecco. Perfetto....MoreThank you for yours review I'm glad you had a good experience in our restaurant Best regards Enrico F.
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