Reviews on Seafood food in Bergamo, Province of Bergamo, Italy. Bergamo is a northern Italy treasure. Dating from 49 BC, Bergamo has two centers: the Alta (upper) city and the Bassa (lower) city, connected by a funicular and walking trails. For historic sites, go to Alta for the Piazza Vecchia,the Cattedrale di Bergamo e Battistero, and the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore Baptistry, as well as the quirky mausoleum of Rastelli, the world famous juggler. Bassa is more modern and residential, and boasts Via 20 Settembre - the shopping district.
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4 based on 246 reviews
Just for a change from Italian food we chose this Chinese restaurant from TA. It is a short walk from the main Street Papa Giovanni. The room has a relaxing Chinese interior. Food was very good. Spring rolls, fried wontons and prawn dumplings for starters. Chicken curry and sweet and sour chicken for mains were all very good. We had to try deep fried ice cream for dessert, it was our first time, too sweet for me but my daughter loved it. Drinks were good value. Service professional and attentive. Toilets spotless. I recommend.
4 based on 256 reviews
Our plane landed very late (23:30 pm) and had to rush to the hotel and then we couldn't find somewhere to eat. This was recommended by the receptionist and he was so right. Great food, even at that hour, great service and very clean restaurant. The owner is a very open person, willing to make us comfortable and always smiling.
4 based on 840 reviews
We went there for dinner a bit after they opened, the restaurant is well kept and the service was always prompt, professional and friendly.We enjoyed our seafood (fritto misto very much along with amazing vegetables and proper cooked fries)Wine was also great and the sweets delicious also.Pizza looked great, since by the time we left it came full of locals mostly ordering pizza and seafood.It's a bit out of town, but have ample parking and definitely worth it to try it.Best dinner we had in North of Italy this time around.
4 based on 494 reviews
Restaurant specialized in pasta dishes. Light and tasty cuisine with homemade pasta; we work with over 25 types of pasta including dietary and gluten-free, with the possibility of tasting various types of pasta with various sauces. Alternative proposals a
Called in on way to Airport.Only realised after that the restaurant was due to close.Was offered English menus which made our life a lot easier, English are so lazy when it come to languages!We was still made welcome by what I presume the owner, also spoke good English.All food was lovely, the house wine was just how I like it, not too dry, pity I didnât ask what it was.Food was lovely and sensible prices.If back in the area will defiantly call in again.Thanks very much for looking after us Dear Mrsubby, we're so happy that you enjoyed the food and the wine at our restaurant. Thank you a lot for all the nice words. Hoping for you return! Thank you very much.I'm going to send you all the details of the wine in the private chat.
4 based on 549 reviews
An unmatched setting for a unique experience. The gourmet restaurant of Relais San Lorenzo is embedded within a Roman and medieval Archeological site: an exciting door on time. The fine and high-level cuisine will allow you to taste the pleasure of Italia
The most amazing setting within the restaurant...you sit elevated over medieval and Roman ruins that they uncovered when they were building the hotel & it truly is spectacular.The service really was top notch and you were brought little appetisers and amuse bouche before during and after the courses.32 pages of red wines in the wine list and the sommelier really wasn't pushy, singing the praises of a cheap little Primitivo as much as the 100 euro Amarone we went for.A lovely little ceremony of preparing the wine and glasses to show off the wine's full potential and very long legs. Plus wine glasses that could probably hold a bottle each!Then onto the food...we were going to go for the 3 traditional Italian courses and skip dessert, but we only managed 2 as the portions were fairly generous.Incredibly tasty...there's no need to list what we had as I'm sure every choice would have been just as good.In the end it was around E220 for 2 courses for the 2 of us, but that included a E100 bottle of wine, so I thought a bargain for the setting plus quality of food & wine.The most expensive item on the menu was around 30 euros.Michelin Star service without the pricetag.
4 based on 1141 reviews
We always try to visit Trattoria Camozzi da Claudio when we are in Bergamo. The food is really special - especially anything from the sea. Desserts and wine are also delicious and the value for money is very good. Klaud and his family are charming and have created a lovely space with very nice ambience.
4 based on 294 reviews
A restaurant not so easy to find, but after entering this restaurant we are feeling like home. Friendly and welcoming we are seated in the restaurant with full attention. Food, service and wine is perfect in all parts and both children and adults are satisfied and happy when leaving the place. I really recommend this place if you want to enjoy Italy and it's fine food.
4 based on 498 reviews
This is a classy restaurant. Set in the heart of the beautiful high town of Bergamo, it is a place for romantic dinners or a relaxed meeting of close friends or business colleagues.So when eight, thirsty English golf tourists crash through the door, it rather took the waiter by surprise. Not that we were loud but we were thirsty and we do enjoy a glass of wine followed by another glass of wine as we are studying a menu, which incidentally is terrific here, because this is Lombardian food and cooking very much at its zenith.So, after a while up came the first, crisp bottle of dry Lombardian white which did not stay long in the glass. Sadly it had not occurred to our waiter to recognise that our group were here to have a good time so we needed our stocks replenishing rapidly and were quite happy to pour out our own wine rather than him serve us.However that is the only criticism other than my main course, a perfectly cooked and flavoursome piece of pork that had been slow cooked over 20 hours, could have been hotter.Otherwise the food was superb, with the glorious casoncelli, a stuffed pasta filled with a sage sauce, butter and pancetta, described by one of our party as one of the most delicious starters he had ever eaten. I had a small tartare of the local beef which was sublime, and only wished a larger portion of it had been available as a main.Plates of local beef and rabbit were eaten clean as we eased into some decent cabernet sauvignon, which was now coming through from the shelves at a most pleasing rate.What for me was the highlight was the local cheese board we all had with a selection of Lombardy cheeses all matched on a plate with appropriate sauces. Our waiter, helpfully explained what they all were plus the sauces, known as marmellate or jams in Italy, but I forget now other than that they were universally delicious.Fire in a complimentary grappa with our coffee and we were eight happy chaps. Our group had been a test for the establishment but it had come through with flying colours.
4 based on 157 reviews
On our last night in Italy we decided after some great reviews to eat here! It cost us 35 euro return from NH Betgamo in a taxi but the food was very reasonable I was disappointed in the food ! It was just average and they had no rice?? they did there best to translate what we would like ! My dish definitely got lost in translation Nice staff wasn't worth the taxi faresI'm really sorry that the evening when you came here, the rice was finished, unfortunately, it happens.I clearly remember when I asked you, it is ok the dinner??you told me: FANTASTIC! FANTASTIC DINNER !! WITH THUMB UP ..so why did you have to pretend and then said disappointment behind the pc ??it does not seem correct to us,to be able to help you call the taxi to return back to hotel, I made almost a 20 minutes call.more than that I don't know what to do.by the way,4km distance , the taxi charged you 35 euro, I think you can make the complaint ,it's not correct
4 based on 268 reviews
Porta Osio takes the name from a door in the old wall surrounding the city and conserve some walls embedded in the building. Forty seats to be cuddled in tranquillity. The restaurant has been standing out for the first -class choice of cold cuts and chees
Was invited by a business contact. But had to pay the bill. It was supposed to be a business lunch. The food was exquisite, the wine superb, the ambience beautiful, but the portions!!!!!! my god Lilliputian! 5 pieces of pasta as a starter and 2 mouthful as a main course. The apple strudel was a thin slice. The wine was superb as worth the price but as soon as I got home I had to eat as I was hungry. Thank you but not for me.
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