Discover Restaurants offering the best Central-Italian food in Passignano Sul Trasimeno, Province of Perugia, Italy including Osteria del Carro, Le delizie di norcia, L'Angolo del Buon Gustaio, Osteria Le Scalette, Ristorante Monna Lisa, Scuola Elementare della Pasta
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4 based on 383 reviews
Went here after walking around looking for some thing to at that was a little more quaint and eclectic looking. Saw this little restaurant that had some outdoor seating with free Internet. Sat down and the owner waited on me. He was very friendly but per burdened with customers and probably needed more staff on but I was ok because I was outside and drinking some house wine. The antipasto was not good at all. Cheese was subpar and the meats were mealy and cut to thick. The pane and vino were nice. The chiana piece of meat was excellent but was not crazy about the contorni selection. Overall a nice night and ok meal but next time I will try the pasta which they make fresh.
4 based on 1015 reviews
We stopped in for lunch and were delighted we chose this place, as the waiter was kind and welcoming and explained the house specialties. We left it up to him to bring us the best plates, stipulating we wanted lake fish and regional dishes. He didn't steer us wrong, with incredible food all from local ingredients. Do not miss the mixed fish bruschetta, I will dream about them for some time to come. Pastas were light and the grilled fish was delicate but flavorful. A great local wine, and the good service...it's a winner!
4 based on 721 reviews
Our Restaurant is small and welcoming,is located on the main steps that lead to the historical center of Castiglione Del Lago with a lake view.We offer you ,in a family atmospher,a tipical cuisine of Umbria and Tuscany,very simple,homemade,as made from ou
We called at this Osteria for Pranzo just after we had arrived in C d L as it was close to where we were staying. First impressions were of a traditional small family owned restaurant with lots of pictures of the local area around the lake stretching back to the early 20th century. What followed was a meal where the ingredients spoke for themselves and were prepared simply and sympathetically by someone who obviously loves food. (like me) Roberto introduced himself at the end of the meal after I had commented on how good it was to his wife who serves up the food. We had quite a long chat about it although as our Italian is not that advanced we could not avoid the coccasional consult with Google translate. He explained about the rare breed pig (Cinta Sinese) he sources from the region of Siena inTuscany which has now been given DOP status. Forget bland, white (often dry) meat we have become used to when eating pork. This is completely different and delicious and a cross between Cingiale (Wild Boar ) and domestic pig. The animals are reared in the semi-wild and forage for sweet and bitter acorns, tubers and tuffles. The Starter platter of Prosciutto, Salami, Capo Collo all from this breed is outstanding and if served up by top London restaurants would probably cost a fortune We live in neighbouring Marche where salumi is also good but the rare breed of pork used here and the subtle use of fennel in Tuscan Salumi elevated it to something really special. The pork menu alone should make this place a must visit. Roberto also cooks lake fish, such as perch, persico and carp (the latter not really my cup of tea but , nevertheless well prepared and roasted with pork 'lardo' and fennel for those that DO like it) which we tried on or 2nd visit just before we returned home after our 4 day break.. I was surprised how quiet Trasimeno was (mid July) and even more surprised how quiet this restaurant was at lunchtime on a Friday. Given all of the above, the prices were modest and, this Osteria deserves a wider and bigger audience than it appears to have at the moment based on our two visits particularly with the produce on offer. Will certainly be back on our next visit. Cannot wait!Grazieeeee un saluto grande da Agnese,Roberto
5 based on 1717 reviews
This town is truly stunning peppered with quality shops and restaurants. We were spoiled for choice, but settled for this restaurant & and were not disappointed! Everything about the restaurant spoke quality. This was one of the very few restaurants that Iâve had cheese fondue! Cured meats and bean Zuppa featured, but I settled for the Mozzarella di Bufala salad .
Siamo stati propio contenti di avere fatto acquisti in questo negozio prima di rientrare da una breve vacanza!Ci siamo intrattenuti con il giovane gestore che ci ha raccontato un po' la sua vita e le sue esperienze tra cui quella negativa del terremoto di Norcia. E' propio qui dove aveva la sua attivitÃ che Ã¨ stata completamente distrutta! Complimenti per la grande forza di volonta' che gli ha permesso di ripartire piu' forte di prima!Salumi tipici di eccellenza oltre a formaggi e tante altre squisitezze attendono di essere acquistate.......passateci dentro.....Esiste anche la possibilitÃ di degustare i prodotti anche nel locale.Bravo...continua cosÃ¬....e guarda sempre in avanti!
4 based on 976 reviews
I could not believe the don't care attitude of this restaurant. After the great service of many of the local restaurants we were so surprised by the 'don't care' attitude of this restaurant. There are many better places to go in town. Don't bother with this one.
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