Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Unterhaching including De Vivos Ristorante, Belvedere, Saffer's Fattoria, Ristorante Barrissimo, Trattoria Pizzeria da Conny, Ristorante Dolce e Salato, La Scaletta, O'roje Aperipasta, Trattoria Piccolo Mondo, Piatto D’oro
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4 based on 58 reviews
I was on a visit from Dubai..and was staying in area close there..I was looking for an Italian restaurant and I got recommendation for this place....really awesome , food really so delicious. .friendly staff...excellent service..they really serve a nice spirit of wine..I loved it.in 5 days stay I visited there 3 times..highly recommended.
4 based on 37 reviews
This is one of two restaurants on the Fasgartenstrasse near the S-AHN S3 line and the Gambino Cininatti Hotel where my 21-year-old son and I were staying when in Munich for the a-ha concert at the Olympic Stadium. The other is a stylish-looking Greek one in a nice building with a garden, and despite Fasgarten being a quiet small suburb, both were gratifying open on the Friday we arrived at the hotel. It has a stylish interior, old but modern too, large but without being huge, very stylish lighting, the usual massive racks of wine, artfully placed Nebuchadezzer-sized bottels of Chiant and Bardolino, a pseudo alimentari with fake loaves and cheeses but real chillis hanging, nice layout overall witha central horsehoe-shaped bar area (although it isn't a bar). There were perhaps about 20 patrons there when we arrived about 1.00pm, well-dressed couples and groups, businessmen and woman I would hazard me a guess, and then given the all-black attire, a large post-funeral group of guests who were looked to be well and attentively looked after by the waiting staff. The other half of the ristorante where my son and I were sitting filled up almost to capacity in the hour or so that we spent there, a good convivial buzz, the place filled with animated and - I guess - intellectual conversation. (I don't speak German). We were waited on a by the friendly manager/head waiter, the biers and pizza arrived promptly, along with two 20cl glasses of tap water. The calzone and the pizza tonno which my son had were both excellent, nine euros each, and we washed these down with another couple of big biers and another couple of glasses of water. It was time to move on and we asked for die rechtung (the bill - forgive the spelling - and I was rather taken aback that we'd been charged two euros a pop per small glass of tap water. I was having none of it. The manager was genial and explained that yes, it came from a tap, a water tap, and they charged for it. I was till having none of it and he knocked the eight euros off the bill with good grace. But caveat emptor. I still left a tip. And here's one from me to you all. It seems that this is the policy in all of Munich's restaurants. We saw this charge on another menu. The Italians don't do tap water, darling, because it's disgusting, so you bite the bullet and pay for a bottle of San Pellegino. I Geneva, despite the fact that Evian water comes form the same high up source as their drinking water, they look at you as if you'd stepped off a space ship and charge you eight euros for water. Other than that small glitych, it was great and tasty meal ina wonderful Italian ristorante, an oasis in the desert of Farstenberg.
4 based on 104 reviews
Very nice place and for an uncomplicated nice quality lunch. This place is very crowded during lunchtime, probably also due to the selection on restaurants in the neighborhood. Nevertheless, the food is very good and the service focused and friendly. Seems to be a family run restaurant...Definitely recommendable and I would not hesitate going there again.
La scaletta is a small restaurant in Unterhaching, outside of Munich. The host is Mourad, a auite famous pizzaiolo, whoused to work for ages in the first Munich Pizza place in Munich, Da Mario. He knows how to make the perfect pizza. Apart from that we tried the La scaletta Burger, which was phantastic. Made with homemade bread it was phantastic, goat cheese with a top sauce. Haute cuisine!!The place is situated in a cellar, but really nice and cosy! Good value for money!!
4 based on 85 reviews
Italian Restaurant in the south of Munich with wood stove Pizza, bowling alley, home delivery service and terrace.Enjoy our delicacies: Antipasti, Pizza, Pasta, Meat, Fish, traditional italian desserts
They offer very good soup (add something else, it is only a small cup). Also the starters were good (liked the bruschetta), I would recommend the wood-fired oven pizza. The staff is friendly but not overly polite (try to be italian ;-) ).Also TV with soccer was on the whole time, at least no sound, that was good.Had a cozy booth with business colleagues and had a good time there.On the weekends it is advised to make a reservation.
4 based on 36 reviews
Doesn't look so fancy from the outside, but the food is delicious! Much more than standard Italian pizza and pasta. There are some very interesting dishes to break the monotony. Some dishes containing delicious goat cheese are really tasteful! Sitting inside is much nicer.
4 based on 43 reviews
I ate Pizze Regina, and had a tiramisu.The ambience is small and cozy, the service heartwarming and personal.The pizza has a thin crust and is filled perfectly with the toppings and does not taste overly salty or heavy. It's made just right.The tiramisu and most desserts served here are not made with raw eggs, so its safe to enjoy for everyone.I would go there again for their food.
4 based on 200 reviews
This is the place wait staff should come to learn ... Andreea is fabulous, attentive, observant and delightful. This authentic Italian restaurant (gracias mille Pia) has great things to offer ... the freshest of ingredients, sensational tastes of Italia, excellent wine selection and of course an Italian at the helm!!. Germans it seems have a fascination with Italian food .... This is YOUR place to come...The menu is not in English but was explained perfectly to us. The real issue is what NOT to choose.. Seriously, octopus, salmon, rabbit, veal, beef.. It is a perfect Italian restaurant, a little out of the city (but 80 m from the Underground).if you are interested...we were delighted by gratis mixed bruscheeta plate, then selected veal carpaccio and char grilled octopus. Mains of rabbit with polenta and saffron seafood ... Neither could be faulted. We finished with of course lemoncello!!! Enjoy.
4 based on 144 reviews
Fantastic food like you could only find in the best restaurants in Italy. Starters, main courses, desserts simply made to perfection.Baby calamari and anchovies wonderfully prepared, spaghetti with clams and spaghetti with scampi that make you think of being just close to the sea and finally a superbly fresh sea bass cooked in oven with just salt. Close your dinner with mascarpone dessert and taste the great Pratto wine all through the dinner. Unbelievably good, itâs almost embarrassing
5 based on 41 reviews
Ate on the patio with my family, the kids had pasta and pizza, my wife had the Salmon and I had the Arrabbiata. For appetizers we had caprese and the tomato with red onion salad. The mozzarella was soft and fresh in the caprese, all of the tomatoes where firm and sweet, and the red onion was so fresh it could have brought tears to your eyes. We had everything served together as we like to share it out. The salmon, pastas, and pizza were all good. We will go there again.
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