4.5 based on 416 reviews
revisited this place on the 26th june good quality food overall, but was let down by a poor pasta dish which lacked butter and had a copius amount of water on the plate.
3 antipasto, 3 torte fritte, 3 salumi vari, 2 minestra, 1 secondo, 3 formaggi,1 dolce, 2 caffe,2 aqua, 1 vino. total bill 87 euros
as on my previous review do try the tripe
will revisit this winter
4.5 based on 863 reviews
This is a well hidden treasure and only my obsession with reviewing prevents me from keeping shut about it. No, but this is seriously good. Finishing of with a guided tour in the ham store with the fragrance of many hundred culatello in production was exceptional. This is reason to travel
4.5 based on 510 reviews
Each time I'm visiting Italy, I'm trying to come to Salsomaggior Terme especially to have a meal at Osteria del Castello. I'm always getting top quality food, excellent service and warm personal greetings from the owner. Caramelized onion and tortelli with truffle sauce remain may favorite. If you are in Salsomaggiore Terme or passing by, stop by Osteria del Castello for true taste of Italy.
4.5 based on 212 reviews
Born from the merger of the two restaurants: Simonazzi and Osteria Caol Ila Lane nestled combines elegance and classicism of the first, the lightweight simplicity and sobriety of the second. Offers traditional dishes with some concession to creativity.
Very good restaurant in downtown Viadana (northern Italy, Po river). Everything is home-made. Wonderful Tortelli di zucca (Pumpkin Tortelli), a very good choice of second serves and desserts. Don't miss!
4.5 based on 835 reviews
I come from the same region of Parma and I can truly say this is one of my favorite place to go for 'salumi' (cold cuts), good wine (Gotturnio and Malvasia, red the first and white the second one). Furthermore the owner and the son they master the courtesy of reception. Do not miss during the music festival dedicated to Giuseppe Verdi. Owesome!
4.5 based on 540 reviews
The trattoria is proudly run by the owners, thus giving it a personal and familiar atmosphere. The place is full of pictures of the classical films of Don Camillo, and even the glasses are identical to the ones used by the actor Fernandelle when he had to drink L'Olio di Ricino . . . thankfully, instead we enjoyed Lambrusco. The service is excellent, they give you the choice to savour the regional cuisine without overdoing it! As for recommendations I would leave it in their able hands. Should I ever pass by to Brescello again, La Bottega will be definately the highlight of my visit. Not only the food is good, 'da lecare le ditta', but you are welcomed and well looked after! After all La Bottega is family.
4.5 based on 396 reviews
Agli inizi rilevato il locale di mio suocero nel 1984 gestivamo,mia moglie ed io,il bar del paese con pochi coperti per una Trattoria alla buona.Dal 2001 smesso i panni da "barista" ci siamo orientati esclusivamente sulla ristorazione con mia moglie Marina ai fornelli con discreti risultati.Siamo presenti sulle maggiori guide Italiane ininterrottamente da 8 anni.Abbiamo una sala interna che ospita 45/50 persone ed una bella terrazza estiva con altrettanti coperti.Siamo immersi nel verde delle colline in provincia di Parma nelle cosiddette Terre Matildiche.
A pretty trattoria in a wonderful setting overlooking Mountains and wooded Valleys. We don't speak Italian but we were welcomed nevertheless and with the help of the owner we muddled through the menu and had a delicious meal. We had the antipasto selection of six dishes followed by the tenderest of steaks and lamb dishes. The sweets were a delight. Wish we could go back again soon! If you have the opportunity to eat there don't give it a second thought.
4.5 based on 773 reviews
I went yesterday night with my family. We were all very happy with our meal and we all ordered the mushrooms menu. Amazing country side food with a twist of elegance and ful of details in the presentation. Don't miss to pick a bottle of wine from there promising wine lilst, don't forget to order the selction of dessert and never leave the place without saying 'hello!' to che cook from the insight window!
4.5 based on 415 reviews
Emilia-Romagna is all about the food. We had dinner at the Locanda Mariella (Località Fragnolo I, 43030 Calestano) after spending a day in Parma in late May 2013. We followed the winding roads through the rolling hills - as described in the Michelin guide, which gives this small osteria a Bib Gourmand - and arrived at the Locanda around 19:30, so we were almost the first group there. The place filled up quickly after that - all locals (or, at least, Italian speakers).
The food was wonderful. For antipasti, I had speck di anatra di lieve affumicatura (lightly smoked speck made from duck), followed by a primi of cappelletti in brodo di manzo piemontese e gallina allevata a terra (cappelletti in Piemonte region beef and free range chicken broth). For secondi, I tried the battuta di fassona piemontese (macelleria Brarda) con acciughe e caperi (piatto fredo) - Piemonte region Fassona beef from the butcher Brarda (Cavour, Torino) 'beaten with the knife' with anchovies and capers (ie: steak tartare) and for dolci I shared a crema di ricotta con salsa fragole (ricotta cream and strawberry sauce).
Antipasti ranged from €7 to €10, primi piatti from €8 to €10, secondi piatti €10 to €13 and dolci were all €6.
The wine list was extensive and well priced. Service was welcoming, as you would expect from a family-run establishment that has been in the same hands for generations.
Don't miss it if you're in the Parma area.
4.5 based on 284 reviews
If you want to eat an amazing kebab made with handmade bread this is your place! The sauces are amazing and the sweets too! Sahid is always smiling and friendly. The local is little but there are some standing tables.
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