Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Borzonasca including Trattoria dei Pescatori, La Brocca, La Bilaia - L'Agri Ristorante, Il Mio Ristorante, Bricco Della Gallina Cogorno, Ostaia Ca' da gurpe al mare, Impronta D'acqua, Osteria Moderna, La Trattoria, Da Felice
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4 based on 763 reviews
I really dislike posting negative reviews, but in this case, for the sake of other travelers who might be choosing this restaurant based on Trip Advisor reviews as I did, I feel I need to. I simply can't believe all the positive reviews here are legitimate. The best parts of my recent meal at Da Felice were 1) the glass of wine I ordered and 2) the fact that I found free street parking (not an easy feat in Chiavari).The bread was stale, the amuse bouche was greasy, my main course was ok, but a very small quantity of food for the price. I had to send one dish back because it was inedible.The service was good and attentive, but the food was a fail. As evidenced by the very sparsely populated dining room, I believe this place survives on tourists who come in once and learn their lesson.
4 based on 436 reviews
So I am reviewing this place from a vegetarians perspective. First of all the service was good. The waiter explained everything well and was very friendly. After explaining that I am a vegetarian and that eating 2 pasta dishes did not sound appealing to me he made an effort to offer an alternative which was the antipasti plate. On it was a white creamy fresh cheese, preserved peppers, white beans with onion, some sort of thin potato cakes, tomatoes with onion and tuna, salami ( i shared with non-vegetarian person). It was not my favourite but appreciated the possibility to have a starter. Then I had "candy-wrapped-style" pasta stuffed with spinach and served with walnut sauce. It was ok but maybe it could be served a bit warmer. For dessert I chose the focaccia tiramisu as this was the waiter's recommendation. I think the idea is nice but to my personal taste the cream was too thick (not fluffy) and the focaccia left a very salty taste. If you are into salty then this is your choice. I think the restaurant is better for meat-fish eaters but nevertheless I appreciated the good service. Dear Guest,we apriciated your comment about our service and our kitchen.We are always more than happy to suggest the best options for our guests such as vegetarians like you but also vegan or gluten free.Our menu changes almost every week and we always consider all our guests needs.Hoping to have you again as our guest!Best regardsTr4ttoria Staff
4 based on 216 reviews
Tavern with a modern twist, which focuses on quality and freshness of the food served by following the seasons, always keeping the best value for money for six foods that for the wines.
It was sad from the beginning, finding just one child seat for our two babies, and got worse as food came. The pasta al pesto for the kids was good and came early as requested, the "insalatona" was an average salad with some tuna, the "calamari fritti" were gummy and cold, the menu @ 12 euro was terrible (pomodoro pasta with 2 pieces of octopus, and non eatable "seppie" )... The wine, both white and red was horrible, but mostly, when they asked if everything was ok, when I said that some food wasn't as good as I expected, they started arguing saying that at that price you won't get anything better!!! This is simply unacceptable and I suggest you to try another place instead.
4 based on 141 reviews
Two times in a month, to celebrate birthdays and enjoy one of the most surprising experiences of mix of high level cuisine and local ingredients and dishes. A new take on our classic, an amazing tastes mix and delicious use of Ligurian simple but mouthwatering produce.A young team that deserves recognition and support. No need to visit for birthdays...recommended all year around!
4 based on 458 reviews
Stumbled on this place through tripadvisor. It was superb, in a town we didn't think offered much this was a complete surprise. You don't chose from a menu, but you are served with loads of fabulous dishes, using mainly fish and local ingredients. Accompanied by bucket loads of lovely local frizzante wine! All for â¬35 per head, I have no idea how they do it. And then to top it, the owner took us back to our hotel in his people carrier. Not sure why anyone would stay in Chiavari, but I'd come back to eat here!!
4 based on 79 reviews
When you arrive to this Restaurant, it looks like a house a warm house where everything is well chosen and cosy. The terrace is beautiful with a great view on the sea and the hills, pure nature. Chef Enrico Boitano and his staff are great hosts and you feel spoiled. The food is great, traditional Ligurian cuisine with an international twist. Fresh seafood and fish are treated in the right way,with each single ingredient recognizable in your mouth, light dressing and special care. Also the meat is special and the pasta too. Vegetables are part of the recipes created by Chef Enrico and his staff. Wines are simply perfect. Homemade bread and sweets close the natural circle.
4 based on 383 reviews
A very cozy little restaurant just outside Chiavari's city centre, next to the junction of the motorway. The emphasis is on (very fresh) seafood but there are other options (the menu is rather extensive). The food is delicious: traditional yet with a twist, and the presentation of the dishes is in line with their quality. The service is professional yet friendly. The couple (chef and wife) who runs the restaurant is very nice and passionate. We only had a glass of wine and did not explore the wine list, but it looked complete. Excellent price/quality ratio in the range of 35-55 euro per person, depending on menu choice and wine. Warmly recommended.Dear Alessandro,thank you very much for your opinion about our Restaurant. We hope to see you soon again.Lo staff
4 based on 665 reviews
The AgriRestaurant "La Bilaia" is located between gardens, orchards and olive groves in Lavagna when you can see the promontory of Portofino. The evening atmosphere is by candlelight every night except Saturday for greater appreciation of the landscape ou
We booked a table on the recommendation of our hotel, Excelsior Palace, and we certainly wasn't disappointed. The views were spectacular, especially during sunset. The family that own and run the restaurant were so welcoming and the food was fantastic. One part of me wants it to remain a hidden gem so it doesn't lose its charm. The other part and rightly so wants everyone to know how good it is! A must if you're in the area. We will be back!
4 based on 215 reviews
Cosa dire... tutto Super!! Complimenti ai proprietari!!Piccolo ristorante situato nell'entroterra ligure, location semplice, conduzione famigliare, personale cortese, cuochi super!! Tutto davvero molto buono, dall'antipasto ai dolci!!Assolutamente da riprovare!!
4 based on 97 reviews
Sulla via del ritorno ci siamo fermati in questo locale e nonostante fossero quasi le quattordici ci hanno fatto sedere senza problemi. Abbiamo ordinato due insalate di mare, poi mio marito ha preso gli spaghetti allo scoglio ed io il fritto misto del giorno. Il cibo Ã¨ arrivato velocemente, ma sinceramente mi aspettavo qualcosa di meglio. Il pesce sembrava fresco ma era cucinato in modo anonimo e il mio fritto era un po' secco. Vino della casa non eccezionale, rapporto qualitÃ prezzo non proprio adeguato. Peccato.
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