Reviews on Seafood food in Barberino Val d'Elsa, Province of Florence, Italy. Barberino Val d'Elsa is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Florence in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Florence.
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4 based on 49 reviews
Different restaurant fish and meat fantastic location,romantic placa lunch and dinner sitting in front at the swimmig pool.
A little less traditional and a bit more modern. Drinks were lovely. Great atmosphere. Met eh couple who are running it at dinner another and they're super sweet. The bartender went way above and beyond to get me a cab in the rain. Great place.
4 based on 185 reviews
Capitati per caso nel locale, fin da subito favorevolmente colpiti dalla cortesia di tutto lo staff. Ottimo cibo e locale curato. Lo consigliamo caldamente
4 based on 268 reviews
Really cool and stylish venue, super kind and captivating owners, Japanese chefs, modern and vibrant atmosphere and... delicious sushi!What else should I add? I tried this restaurant twice, first time as take-away which was packed in a nice and easy to handle package and food was awesome. Second time I went for dinner with my fiancÃ¨ to celebrate our anniversary and the dinner was fabulous, with really good sushi and tempura. And the cake... what a delight! We had a great experience both times! Price was average for a sushi restaurant -the bill was 84â¬ including an expensive white wine bottle, but we got it discounted to 75â¬!LIKED: the owners (a guy and a girl) are really friendly and cool and most importantly sushi is fresh and good!DISLIKED: actually... nothing.HINT: if you go for dinner, don't go too early -most customers will arrive around 9ish or even later and the atmosphere will improve much more!
4 based on 122 reviews
We visited this restaurant based on the recommendation of the villa where we stayed. The food was overpriced and overcooked. We were waited on by the owner who was very friendly at first, but then virtually forgot us. We were expecting a nice meal but were very disappointed in the end.
4 based on 450 reviews
We visited an old monastery Badia di Passignano in Greve. Close to this monastery we tried to have a light lunch at La Cantinetta di Passignano. The waiter /owner was very un helpful and could hardly understand what we asked. We also ask for their house bread which he never deliver to us , but did serve to other guests. The lunch was not good. (May be the waiter was a trainee during siesta).
4 based on 404 reviews
The food, the service, spot on.This restaurant is hidden in the Galleria Cavalieri Ordine Vittorio Veneto in pogbionsi. This has to be the dining experience in Italy for me. The food was exquisite and service was exceptional.you have to try the highly recommended squid ink risotto. Italy generally has been a let down in terms of service. But this culinary experience exceeded all my expectations.kudos to the chef( who made time to come by the table and say hello) and the management team.
4 based on 948 reviews
I was positively impressed by the selection of seafood dishes provided by this restaurant, located in the middle of Tuscany (therefore not really on a seaside).Apart from Seafood, which is the main star of the meal, the menu is ample and with plenty of choices, including meat, vegetarian options, and Pizza.It seems to be quite a popular restaurant in the area: if you are going there for dinner, mostly on weekends, allow at least 40 minutes of wait for each dish, and do not forget to reserve a table in advance, otherwise, you might not find a place.In any case, the quality of the food was worth waiting, and for sure I will go back again.
4 based on 53 reviews
We were driving from Pisa to Rome and looking for a restaurant. Several places we stopped didn't open until noon or 12:30. We finally came upon this place. It's kind of behind some shops when you pull in the parking lot. It was very nice inside, very cool in the heat of the day. The waiter was patient with our poor Italian. My kids had gnocchi. I had a pasta with artichokes and the tiramisu. My husband had a delicious ravioli stuffed with spinach and ricotta with a mushroom sauce. It was delicious. Good service, very relaxing. It came to 47 euros with bottled waters.
4 based on 78 reviews
La chef Myung Sim Song, figlia dâarte, ha girato il mondo e ha conosciuto le cucine di innumerevoli paesi. A Fitti Fitti, Myung ha voluto coniugare la passione per la cucina con quella per lâarte contemporanea. Il pesce azzurro Ã¨ il grande protagonista de
I couldn't believe that in a little town in the middle of Chiantishire you should eat excellent seafood, but this little restaurant can find his place side by side to a seaside one. I had calamarata with sgombri and broccoli, and three different baccalÃ preparation (tartare, mousse and baked with thyme). Everything was carefully prepared; the owners are very nice and full of attention for their clients and for pairing dishes with the right wine
4 based on 156 reviews
La Torreâs menus are inspired by Tuscanyâs bountiful seasonal ingredients. The maxim of Executive Chef Di Pirro is, âif you want quality then you must follow natureâ. Spring brings crisp green beans, zucchini and fragrant herbs. Summer, the Tuscan ports r
We had the seafood tasting menu here. Every beautifully presented course tasted succulent. We drank an outstanding local wine: Castella della Salla Cervaro, Antinori. The service left nothing to be desired, either. We could hardly believe they served a "pre-dessert," followed by dessert, then macaroons ... but wait ... there's .... more?! Yup. A round of house-made chocolates. Whew, were done. Nope! The final, final round of dessert was the little treasure chest of miniature pastries. When was the last time you had a five-course dessert?! I forgot to mention how gorgeous the decor was--elegant, country Italian (though leaning hard toward Frenchy). It was as perfect an evening as any connoisseur diner could dream up. We'd return--but we'd be sure to budget our stomachs for the elaborate desserts! (NOTE: There was a vegetarian option for the prix fixe menu. :D This restaurant also provided one of the more outstanding breakfast buffets I've had in Europe. )Good afternoon from La Torre at Castello del Nero Litr8r86,thank you very much for your kind review, we are so pleased to read such a nice comment which reinforce our dedication to quality delivering, attention to details, to customer happyness and satisfaction.We look forward to welcoming you again and again soon to our restaurant.Best regards from Sunny Chianti.Fabio DatteroniManaging Director & General Managerand all the Team Members
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