4 based on 437 reviews
4 based on 484 reviews
It is quite clear that Ristorante Emilio is a local favourite and one can see why. The vaulted room is pretty and welcoming.... And Emilio is friendly and welcoming.
The menu has no prices but as other reviewers have pointed out.... nothing to be worried about.
We ordered the tortellini tartufo and the panzarotti stuffed with ricotta in a sage, lemon and speck sauce. Both were excellent and the pasta was obviously home made.
We followed with a generous veal chop and pork & leeks. Both very well cooked and tasty. The half carafe of red wine was perfectly acceptable.
We both had espresso and were given liquors on the house. All for 45 euro. Outstanding value. Highly recommended.
4 based on 406 reviews
We had reserved a table outside for dinner, luckily, as the place was almost completely full, with mostly Italian customers. The restaurant has a spacious Terrace outside, and inside is also very nice with decorations of antique helmets, shields and armor. The food is simple, straightforward and full of flavor.
We started with the typical Oliva Ascolana, deepfried balls of green olives stuffed with ground beef, and other antipasti della tradizione: this is a great choice to sample some local specialties. Our favorite dishes were the tagliata pepe verde e rosmarina and the grilled lamb. For desserts we can recommend the tira misu and the chocolate sausage. Great restaurant, nice athmosphere!
4 based on 366 reviews
I came from Australia and went here with friends from San Benedetto del Tronto. A fantastic place with a great vibe, great view, great environment, great service and top food. The waitress named Laura was exceptional and very professional and she spoke fantastic English. :-) It was a pleasure chatting with her and she added another level to the evening. :-) This was a great evening and would come back for certain. Top!
4.5 based on 442 reviews
We have been going to this restaurant for the past ten years.....its food is both traditional, with some dishes having a more contemporary edge. It is perfect in every aspect, lovely people serving great seafood. It is our little secret, feel lucky that we have shared it with you!
4.5 based on 289 reviews
The only inconvenient thing about this otherwise fine restaurant is the narrow unpaved connector road to the property, which can be quite tricky should oncoming traffic come your way.
The food is excellent - especially the dishes with sirloin strips and the semiffredo desserts. Ask for the nice Cuban waiter
4 based on 392 reviews
The beautiful B&B Torre di Palme is inside a brickstone restored medioeval building. It opens up on a small cozy squarefacing the see.. this place is very romantic and perfect for a getaway or a walk in a small old town..
The restaurant Lu Fucarò is delicious and intimate... on the first and basement floors of the B&B building. You enter and find the bar with a huge fireplace and armchairs to enjoy the warmth. Then get into the dining room, with beautiful cross vaults and brickstones. Upstairs one more dining room. Terracotta tiles and beautiful details enrich the atmosphere and makes it feel cozy and homely..
The owner is friendly and welcomes you with all his suggestions.
When you arrive, first thing they serve you a basket of focaccias and breads and a small plastic bag containing the famous Olive all'ascolana (deep fried olives in breadcrumb filled with mincemeat..
Appetizers selection is delicious and contains the best hams and cheese in town, together with special zucchini and potatoes chopped and fried..
For pasta of the day, get suggestions from the owner as they're all delicious...also the barbecued veal with turnip greens is extremely nice.
Keep room for desserts: they have all local desserts kept in glass jars that bring to your table together with coffee or wine. Exquisite the small doughnut with fennel seeds, or the cornflakes and raisins cookies, or the meringues or caramellized orange rind...
It is a place to enjoy the local food, relaxing, romantic and cozy..perfect also for a getaway in the upstairs B&B
4 based on 926 reviews
Wonderful restaurant on the beach of Porto San Giorgio.In our restaurant you can taste a wonderful Sushi and a full Japonnaise menu made expecially for you from our Sushi Chef Dawid, Viktor, Oleg and Roslan. Our fish and meat Italian menu from our Chef Luigi and Monika. What better than a romantic dinner watching the sea? All year open!!
My wife and I had been staying in the Aso Valley for the past 6 weeks and we had only been eating Italian food and we wanted a change. Finding something other than pizza or pasta in this part of Italy is a bit difficult but we managed to stumble upon Le Figaro, lucky us. We had walked past the restaurant a couple of times before going inside but once we did we were very pleased. The prices are very comparable to sushi prices in the states and average or less than you find around here (Along the Marche coast line.) They actually have two menu's one for sushi the other for traditional Italian foods, if options are what you're looking for you'll find them there. Neither menu was small and there is something for everyone on them both. Mauro is a great host and makes sure you have everything you need, I even saw him give a table cloth to a lady that was a bit under dressed in the cool evening breeze. I don't leave many reviews but in this case I had to, the restaurant deserves to be ranked #1 in PSG. So go hungry and leave happy.
4 based on 350 reviews
Still the place is out of Fermo (15 Km) but it's easy to find. The Local is not very big and the seats are rapidly running out (it is best to book). Attendance is by customers of all ages, mostly young. The choice of beers is really a great one, all of excellent quality, while the food are tasty dishes, all at reasonable prices. So it is worth trying, if you do not close is certainly worth trying to come to this little gem.
4.5 based on 433 reviews
La Trattoria Marmetta has a lounge with 50 seats only within the local and 'airconditioned. It is located on the waterfront south of Porto San Giorgio and it 'easy to reach from the highway being approximately 600 meters from this. The type of cuisine and 'traditional appetizers vary very often following the seasonal products as first and second change in summer and winter, all kinds of pasta present paper are produced by us excluding pulp Campofilone that is purchased by manufacturers locali.Per main courses we offer grilled meat like Florentine steaks, cut fillets, lamb and grilled or fillets cooked in different ways and in winter stews and boiled. Wide range of side dishes and even desserts are produced by us. The wine list with 160 wines from almost all Italian regions with an eye for Marche. As for distillates have 80 labels ranging from bitter to grappa, cognac, rum, whiskey, bourbon, calvados etc etc. There 'menu, service and' only the paper.
It really does serve great beef, tagliata, filetto, you name it. With some beauitiful aged balsamic vinegar we had it. Good salumi, fantastic traditional pasta dishes (the ravioli was exceptional) followed by beef and washed down with a good selection of wines. We chose a...MoreThanks for your review!
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