Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in St. Pierre, Valle d'Aosta, Italy including Vinosteria Antirouille, Yeti bar&restaurant, PUBurger, Opificio del Gusto Panineria, Pizzagrill Arvier, Bar Hermitage
Things to do in St. Pierre
4 based on 148 reviews
We took a snack lunch here every day during our week long holiday. We always found a seat and enjoyed well cooked local cuisine. To be recommended.
4 based on 68 reviews
Pizzeria on the side of the ss26 Street in Arvier, in the middle between Aosta and Courmayeur. We are here from 18 years to serve you a tasty pizza. We make our pizza in a wood oven , to make it in the best way. We offer the take away service and we deliv
The place isn't great inside but you can have a very good italian pizza for a good price, and even they offer take-away.If you don't feel like spending much, and you want some good quality pizza go for it. :)
4 based on 273 reviews
I have eaten there many times many different burgers but I never digested one. Maybe due to the chewy bread, tasteless but very sugary sauces and perhaps not an excellent quality meat. The maximum happened today when I asked for a cheeseburger with onions and barbecue sauce and onions were unripe and unkooked, just sliced! In a hamburger! Unbelievable!For the rest are very kind, the place is in the old downtown and quite pleasant, but within a quarter mile there are at least two best burger bars.
4 based on 270 reviews
The burgers are good, but donât go any bigger than a double - you will waste most of it! Prices are very reasonable but the service is a little slow and not very friendly. Well worth a visit if youâre in the area. Thank you so much for your review, we promise to improve about the service! See you soon!
4 based on 393 reviews
The Yeti bar and restaurant has always been good value but sometimes overwhelmed numbers wise. The refurbishment has created much more space and is a big improvement. The food is still good and good value. The service was much improved. We really enjoyed our visit and are looking forward to the next.Well done!.Thank you Trevor! Hope to see you soon again, Katia
4 based on 271 reviews
Imagine a large round of Vacherin Mont d'Or (raw milk cheese) sitting in a wooden case and heated in the oven to melting, served with mountain grown potatoes, a variety of cold cut prosciutto, salami, capocollo and pickled onions and gherkins. Now imagine a thick hamburger size bun with the top cut off and the bottom side hollowed out to hold an entire rondelle of squishy melted brie, and served with a side bowl of boiled mountain potatoes wrapped in bacon; pickled onions and gherkins on the side. Wash this down with a glass or two of local select wines and enjoy the ambience. By the way the mountain potatoes are grown locally within 1000 to 1800 metre altitude. The village of Ossein just above Aymavilles is renowned for its dark skinned and sweet tasting potatoes. Recommended by locals and after a couple visits I'd bet this is the local hotspot in Aymavilles. The place was hopping each evening we went. There are cute outdoor open ended cabins for groups of 8 or so as well as tables and chairs. Indoors the ground floor is a bustle of the bar, kitchen and half dozen tables with more tables below. Staff are friendly and you can make reservations. The menu is on the wall offering about a dozen or so 'aperitivo' food options.You can't miss the place. Just drive into Aymavilles and just before the first traffic circle across from the 'Municipio' (town hall) look for a place to park. It's obvious.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.