Reviews on European food in Soriano nel Cimino, Province of Viterbo, Italy including Palazzo Catalani, Ristorante Zafferano, Osteria Basilico, Osteria Belvedere Restaurant, L'Antico Casale, Resort Nando al Pallone, L'Altro Gusto, La Lanterna, Trattoria-Pizzeria-Enocacioteca il Moderno
4 based on 518 reviews
I came back again to San Martino for holidays, and also this time I'm gone to this fantastic Restaurant where I've aeten fried apple with pecorino cheese and honey, fantastic combination, cheeses with fruit mustards, ravioli with purple patatoes with cod sauce and fresh mozzarella. Drinking a good beer from a local brewery. What to say more, very very warm the hospatality , were the clients are wellcome. They speak many languages and you can understand what you eat cos the menu are wrote in 3 languages.If you arethere, try it....
4 based on 274 reviews
First I would like to say that we enjoyed the beautiful setting and the most attractive country restaurant itself, part of a stone building just outside the elegant walls of Vitorchiano. Quite often you wait for hours after turning up as we did, for a 2 pm lunch on Saturday, but to my surprise the service was kind, fast and efficient. I would really like to have found a mark for the food at this restaurant that could be considerably more than 'average' and a bit less than very good. A plus for the originality, regional ingredients and choice of dishes on the menu, and a minus for the (hopefully temporary) excess of overcooked or over-used olive oil with minute black specks in it that came with both my polenta and ceps and the meat dish. ( as a small-scale producer of olive oil, I know what it should be like). Apart from this, everything we ate was excellent, slightly unusual, well presented and served, and I would eat there again with pleasure. A last tip: switch the light on in the W.C. before you close the door and are plunged into total darkness!
4 based on 284 reviews
Had pappardelle pasta and some delicious cuore di lattuga salad for a quick dinner, and would go back there any time. Pasta tasted like pasta, and not like "nothing" with sauce. Very nice. Lattuga came with some kind of fried hamy bits which were also very tasty. Unreserved recommendation!Place itself looks fresh (quite unlike the drab grey surrounds) with imaginative decorations, and the staff are low key, naturally friendly but still know what they are doing. If in the area, do not miss out!Oh, and the price is civilised, relative to all the tourist traps in the wider area.
4 based on 255 reviews
The restaurant was born in 1973 in family, offers a wide range of products made at home like pasta, bread, cakes, vegetables from our garden, fresh meat and fish.In addition we have a cellar with the best wines from all over Italy and the rest of the worl
Five of us had dinner on Saturday evening. The place was busy with many guests. Our waiter was kind and attentive. Dinner started off with crispy bread, then bread basket came with five different kinds of breads inside. They were tasty. Our waiter doggy bagged the breads for us. Three of us had three courses menu chosen from today's selections. I think there were four items for antipasto, first course and second course. I had seafood fantasy, soup with lentil and chestnuts, and wild pork stew dish. My friends had pasta, pumpkin risotto, fritto misto and so on. Then they came with a trolley of desserts. There were many different desserts to choose from. We took tiramisu, marron glacÃ© cream, and chocolate mousse. We liked tiramisu the most. As two others were vegan, they have prepared polenta and fried potatoes for them. They said they were delicious. 25 Euro was a very good deal for three course dinner with dessert.
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 404 reviews
We've been going here for several years and have never been disappointed. The young chef is an artist who creates amazing and delicious food combinations. It helps if you know Italian but there is now a wait person who speaks English and is very knowledgeable. It's a bit out of the way but well worth the trip.
4 based on 463 reviews
Osteria Basilico is popular with Italians, but doesn;t attract many foreigners. It is a little off the beaten track, not near any major tourist attractions. We were tipped by our host that this is an excellent restaurant, and he was right. There is an osteria downstairs, and a michelin star restaurant upstairs. This explains the extensive wine list/book. The wine cellar, kitchen and staff are shared. We had a shared starter and our main course were fish and a meat dish called tagliata di manzo, sliced beef steak with rucola and parmesan cheese. Both were dilicious, of excellent quality and nicely presented, We had a nice botle of local wine with it and the service was excellent. A great meal at a resonable price. I will go back if I am in the vicinity.
4 based on 300 reviews
We were wandering around the old town and decided to have lunch but there are no restaurants in the centro historico--just an old castle, lots of residences in centuries old houses, a novelty shop and a bar. Happened upon Zafferanos as we were returning to our car and our host was in process of closing for the afternoon (2 PM). He graciously stayed open, cooked some wonderfully tasty homemade pasta and gnocchi with a very flavorful tomato sauce and never hurried us while we dined. Great hospitality and even better food. Many thanks!
4 based on 265 reviews
As we were staying in this hotel we ate here for dinner and also a lunch. The food was excellent and very good value for money
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