Find out what Soups restaurants to try in Tezze sul Brenta including Ristorante Alla Veneziana, Osteria Al Portego, Osteria Madonnetta, L'Approdo, Osteria Trinita, Il Filandino
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4 based on 123 reviews
I was very impressed with level of the service provided. The food was also very good and the environment quite calm and posed...thumbs up!
4 based on 715 reviews
We had made reservation for this restaurant before leaving the USA. It was a delightful place frequented by locals. The owner warmly greeted us and Sylvia, our server, was so attentive and friendly. We decided to share the meal. We started with fettucine carbonara and then osso buco â both beautifully prepared and presented. Our total bill was â¬ 50, which included the pasta, main course, water, bottle of wine, dessert, caffÃ¨, and cover charge. Everything was just delicious.
4 based on 765 reviews
Loved everything about this place, from the happy smiley staff to the unique way they bring the fresh fish out to show you. I settled for spaghetti bolognaise. It was divine. The best dish I had all holiday. Piping hot, lots of it and wow that taste. Mama Mia indeed.Thanks for to visit in my restaurant.Angelo
4 based on 1432 reviews
Once you enter the madonnetta you immedately realize that it's a very old and typical 'osteria'. In fact it has practically unchanged since our great-grand father giuseppe together with his wife erminia opened it in 1904. It is a place where everyone can
Tradition at it's best. Absolutely delicious food, warm and friendly atmosphere in a delightful little town. We didn't need to see Marostica again, but we HAD to eat at Madonneta again. This is the type of place that keeps us returning on our annual trips to Italy.
4 based on 694 reviews
Al Portego is hidden away off the main road and has some of the best pear and walnut pasta in the area.
4 based on 597 reviews
Style and elegance come to dinner, here. A refined restaurant where exquisite flavours are to be discovered. A perfect rendevouz for fish lovers along with renowned cuisine from venice, vicenza and bassano like asparagus radicchio, porcini mushrooms...Per
Wonderful discovery! Pretty far from the main Venetian cities, the restaurant is definitely worth the trip. The large presence of customers on a Monday evening demonstrates it.Davide, son of the owner, has been a very professional host and led us with the appropriate pace through what can reasonably be considered as a dream for a fish lover!We have gone through a long suite of wonderful sea dishes that have in common the freshness and the outstanding quality of their ingredients. Ranging from raw to fried fishes, we went through many variations including sarde in saur and a splendid spaghetti alla bottarga.The wine list is well made (++), with an outstanding selection of "natural" wines (+++), at reasonable prices (+++). You are offered three possibilities ranging from restaurant to Cafe (++) and the hotel that looks pretty nice if you prefer to stay overnight (+++). Service was gentle and smiling, attention to the host was splendid. Davideâs wine suggestions were perfect and we ended by a cacao feve tasting and an outstanding rum! A Brazilian cigar brought the final touch to a wonderful dinner we had the pleasure to share with wonderful persons.Looks at the photos, no words to add! Just book and rush.Quality wine producers are in my view the best source when it comes to restaurant. We had the pleasure to join the covibio producers at the end of their Verona's wine exhibition day. It made it easier to taste a large variety of plates.
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