Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Vetralla, Province of Viterbo, Italy including L'Accordo Restaurant, La Macina, La Valle Del Burano, L'Antico Casale, Ristorante L'Ultima Spiaggia, Rivafiorita, Ristorante Sale Nero, Riva Felice, La Collina, O' Sarracino
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4 based on 396 reviews
If your looking for a great place to really enjoy the atmosphere of a small mid-evil town this is it. The food was exceptional, great portions with excellent taste guaranteed to leave your mouth in an orgasmic satiation. The wine eased the rest of you. And the service, was the friendliest I've experienced in all of Rome's vacinity. So far as to say the owners, a very charming young couple, dealt with their customers as relations. The husband, a formidable chef, came out to check on us, making sure that our order was just right. The wife, a wonderful character, went so far as to pull out her translation app to make sure all our wants were met. She also has an excellent knowledge of her wines, take whatever recommendation she gives, you won't regret it. Be prepared to walk after visiting this charming spot. The restaurant is center to some of the best value shopping you could ever hope to fine. The shopping included artisan type stores your gonna love. This was one of our best and memorable stops. Gentile Thelma A,davvero gradita la sua recensione in quanto ogni qualvolta ci troviamo di fronte a turisti il nostro staff fa di tutto per farli sentire meno spaesati,e ci capita come il vostro caso di usare qualsiasi mezzo per far si che la vostra visita risulti la piu' agiata possibile.Ricordo con simpatia il vostro pranzo svolto da Noi e siamo lieti che sia stato tutto di vostro gradimento.Lo Staff O'Sarracino
3 based on 52 reviews
Trattoria tradizionale a Tobia nei pressi di Viterbo. Ambiente rustico ma molto cordiale, il ristorante cucina un po di tutto consigliata la carne che Ã¨ molto buona. Ci siamo stati a pranzo abbiamo mangiato un ottimo primo con pasta fatta in casa e guanciale e per secondo una grigliata. Prezzi onesti se siete in zona vale la pena fermarsi.
4 based on 91 reviews
Rica Felice was our favourite place to eat on the lake for lunch. The place is family owned and operated and the food was delicious - local and very fresh. Hosts were extremely friendly and welcoming. Highly recommended.We had lunch a couple of times but I am sure it would be equally good in the evening.
4 based on 398 reviews
The restaurant, hard to find, is comfortable. The menu is limited but each and every dish we ate was extraordinary delicious and well presented. The tuna is absolutely divine. There is a research of excellence in this young crew, chef and service, creating this unique experience. Eating here in a pure pleasure, happiness, bonheur. The presentation is great, but over all the preparation, the taste and the flavor create a wonderfull dinner, more than a dinner, memories. They take great care of you as much as the food served to you.I cannot praise enough Chef Andrea and his small team. Mille grazie
4 based on 287 reviews
The setting is beautiful. Just on the lake of Voco. So quiet, so peaceful, wondeful.Had merenda with prosciutto and cheese. Tasty and cheap.Good local wine
4 based on 1074 reviews
Our party arrived 45 minutes before the restaurant was due to open, nevertheless we were quickly seated right by the lake and drinks and oysters soon followed.Our meal was delicious; the cooking ,Cucina Romana featuring such delights as fish from the lake and wild boar. We were made to feel like guests rather than paying customers.
4 based on 283 reviews
I haven't been to all the local restaurants, yet, but I'm surprised it seems to top the list. Don't get me wrong the service was attentive, food was good (we had pizza) and the price was ok. What we felt it lacked was warmth. The main restaurant is a huge tiled room with large tables well spaced from each other. If you are there for a wedding on a lovely summers day it is probably totally different but on a cold and blustery November evening it felt uninviting not withstanding the service. I was hoping for a warm inviting country house but what I got was cold and uninviting. Outside they have a decent garden area with a pretty pergola which strongly suggests their main business is in wedding reception market. One point on the food, we ordered pizza, fine. But they brought us an appetiser of thing focaccia which was very nice but not what you want when you are about to eat pizza! After a few slices of the focaccia she couldn't finish the pizza. Better would have been a lovely canapÃ© that showed off the chefs skill and maybe might have brought me back to try something else other than pizza. I asked for a wheat or white beer but I got a lager. Not sure the waiter knew the difference. The prices were average.
4 based on 237 reviews
I've been coming here on and off for nearly twnty years (back when they were on the main streeet as "la taverna" and this place never disappoints. Whether it's one of their magical pizzas or fresh fish or pasta, the place is good home-grown Lazio cooking. Fine food at fine prices.
4 based on 218 reviews
We ate at La Macina on the recommendation of our B&B. It has a large semi outdoor seating area under a canopy, with space for large groups, families and couples. The tables are well spaced so you don't feel on top of other diners, or affected by smoking.The service was very friendly and English is spoken which was useful for deciphering the different dishes. We ordered starters and primi, but were advised to wait before ordering secondi, which was helpful as the pasta dishes were filling. We particularly enjoyed the plate of mixed antipasti, which came with a variety of items including a delicious dish of beans. The seafood starter was also excellent and nicely presented. We enjoyed all the pasta dishes - spaghetti vongole, seafood ravioli and pappardelle with rabbit and herbs. We ordered two portions of sliced steak with pepper and balsamic vinegar and two portions of cooked chicory between four of us, and still had just enough room for dessert. The meal was accompanied by Seiano Rosso, a bargain at 10 euros a bottle
4 based on 172 reviews
Celebrated ferragosto with family and friends at l'Accordo. We all opted for the fish menu and had a huge plate of antipasti, which was really amazing. There was a bit of everything: great combos of fish, shellfish, veggies and cheeses. The crepes were a bit too heavy and too many after that, but the main dish was light and fresh, as well as the fruits composition. Amaro much needed.The atmosphere inside was nice and warm. The outside perfect to relax after such a food feast.
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