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4 based on 1384 reviews
We are eating our way through Italy on a two-week working vacation. Dal Pucci was one of the restaurants we were recommended to try and it was fantastic. We had the tomato mozzarella appetizer--fresh and delicious--followed by the breaded and fried veal cutlet (huge, thin, perfectly cooked), red sauce penne, Pesto Trofie Pasta (exceptional) and ended with Chocolate mouse with cookies. With a half liter bottle of red wine our bill came to about $44 Euros. We highly recommend this place.
4 based on 879 reviews
Aqua di Varigotti is a nice restaurant on the beach of Varigotti spicialized in a fish kitchen.
Great view of the sea and quaint furniture. But the best pasta with tomato sauce of the whole village, or of the whole country as the manager said was disappointing. Indeed, ingredients were really good, but I can cook the same stuff at home and not pay 15 euros for a pasta. And the salad wasn't fresh.
4 based on 416 reviews
Excellent and friendly service, a table in the sun so we could watch the passers-by and good food! What more can one ask for!!The size of our meals was plentiful and my insalata mista was easily big enough for two. My calamari with olives was delicious and my husband enjoyed his mussels and grilled fish too. I would definitely eat here again!
4 based on 322 reviews
We were planning to for a dinner at one of the local Michelin star restaurants, but couldn't get a table - and thus decided to try Controcorrente.We were NOT disappointed.It is not a Michelin Star restaurant, but the food was very good, the wine list reasonably comprehensive, the service flne and the price very reasonable compared to quality, atmosphere and service....all though they could benefit from having an English language menu.Try it!
4 based on 639 reviews
The site on which the structure stands dominates the entire inlet of Noli, including the historical center of the old marine republic, and looks out upon the open sea, towards the eastern ligurian coast and the Apuane Alps.The Bishopâs Residential Palace
I hate giving bad reviews however our two experiences were utterly different.Last time we felt we had landed in heaven with the beautiful dining room and attentive service. The waiter was passionate about what he was serving and the sommelier gave us an excellent selection of wine with our delicious and varied tasting menu. And to top it off, the pricing was excellent.This time we sat outside on the balcony with beautiful views of the town and the bay. The waitresses were attentive but lacked enthusiasm. The sommelier was quite frankly lazy, and used the same wine for three of our courses. The pungent fishiness of each course overpowered the other flavours although the presentation was beautifully artistic and interesting. And our meal had doubled in price from 3 years previously. Sadly, I donât think we will be returning.
4 based on 206 reviews
We stayed 3 days on their beach. Nice facility with cabin and chaise long. Small football and trampoline. Good lunch and snack service. Price is rather high. Recommendable. Close to the panificio where you buy the best focaccia in town.
4 based on 424 reviews
We've been to the newly opened "La Ruggia" restaurant upon recommendation of some friends. We've found our new favourite restaurant on the Liguria coast!The menu is rather short, 3-4 choices each for fish starters, meat starters, pasta, fish main courses and meat main courses. All are made freshly by the chef and the fish, in particular, was fantastic. I started with the tuna tartare, which left me simply speechless for its taste, refined and light, and followed with the "fritto misto" (which is not on the menu, but is a "classic" of this place) and in spite of my big appetite I was not able to finish a portion that can easily feed 2 people. The variety of fish (not just the usual scampi and squid, but a hole lot of "real" fishes, from red snapper to sardines, from "signorina" to small bars) was astonishing and absolutely outstanding. By far the best I've had in a very long time.I finished off with the chocolate ice cream on apricots. A combination of delicious ready made gelato with small pieces of apricots that perfectly balanced each other taste.In the impossible case you would not like the food here, this place a worth a visit just for the location. When you say "eating by the sea" usually you don't really have the sea 10 metres away... And the view on the gulf, in a nicely warm evening, left me and my friends sure of coming back within the next week or so...(With local wine, we spent about 35 â¬ per person)
4 based on 330 reviews
Spiaggia Con Ristorante
Staying frequently in the South of France we decided to trie out their Italian neighbours in Liguria in 2008. We ended up in Albatros Varigotti. Bagni Gallo was situated in front of our hotel. This beach bar & restaurant is our main reason for returning here every year since. What a great dish, of course You have to like fish and pasta with a cold glass of Pigato, but who doesn't...!! The staff works very relaxed and friendly.You'll expirience a laid back atmosphere and a great seaview in which kids are more then welcome. We will be looking forward going to Bagni Gallo this year again!!
4 based on 303 reviews
One of the best front of the sea restaurant in Varigotti, Liguria. Opening season from May to September. From breakfast to a special dinner on the beach.
We stayed for three days in a hotel nearby and appreciated this fabuloues restaurant with local ingredients and fish from the close sea. Moderately priced menu with great dishes made us come back all days for their great food and friendly service.
4 based on 451 reviews
There are three superficial reviews listed here previously, which tell you almost nothing. This small hotel restaurant has been around for a long time in this quintessential Ligurian seaside village. We have been fortunate to dine here four or five times in the last two decades. The small dining room establishment strives for and achieves great things. The menu may be a little narrow, but everything coming out of the kitchen is beautiful, well balanced and delicious. The quality of the ingredients and the presentation justify somewhat elevated prices.For many years Michelin had awarded the restaurant a star. Michelin, in Italy, is even more inscrutable and erratic than in France. Now listed, without a star, the restaurant is still a very reliable and enjoyable destination. The spaghetti, with shell fish and grilled peppers we had today for lunch was sublime. San Pietro with zucchini very respectable, but with just a tad too much salt. The dessert cart was full of lovely temptations. The wine list, concentrates on white wine and champagne, consistent with the strong seafood direction of the menu. Service was gracious and low key. Sitting on the veranda, with an unobstructed view of the sea, and a fine meal unfolding, represents what fine dining is about. Bravo. We will be back.
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