Livorno (Italian: [liˈvorno] ( listen)) is a port city on the Ligurian Sea on the western coast of Tuscany, Italy. It is the capital of the Province of Livorno, having a population of 159,431 residents in February 2015. It has traditionally been known in English as Leghorn, pronounced /lɛˈɡɔːrn/ leg-AWRN, or /ˈlɛɡhɔːrn/ LEG-hawrn.
Things to do in Livorno
4.5 based on 654 reviews
Had the pleasure of being brought to this beautiful restaurant by our friends who live in Livorno who dine here regularly. Our visit did not disappoint. After our complimentary entrée of Pappa al pomodoro and glass of prosecco we feasted on our starters and main courses.
The truffle dishes are divine, the pizza, the best my partner has tasted, and the meat tender and delicious! Service wasn't speedy but in my opinion that shows how much love and attention they give each dish. Best meal we've had in a long time!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Welcome on the page of Restaurant Romito Livorno At Ristorante Romito Livorno in the summer, from tables on the terracepanoramic Etruscan coast is a delight for the eyes at the view. Also all 'inside, the large windows of the rooms inside , you will be pleasantly caught in the cooler seasons. Romito is between Livorno restaurants with the same management for several years, the Pellegrini family has been here since 1972. L ' hotel restaurant hermit in Livorno is an ideal place for ceremonies on the beach , weddings sea, communions sea, banquets , parties of birthday, tourist groups , coaches , but at the same time is also ideal for a romantic dinner . Al Romito enjoy the cuisine born from the creativity Chef Mario, starting from starter great mix Romito, stuffed zucchini flowers, the scallops au gratin , fresh salmon and prawns in sauce carapace, the fish at 'crazy water or the fish baked with vegetables. Among the specialties of the first courses the Romito Restaurant you can taste the "macaroni Tyrrhenian", the Spaghetti allo Scoglio , Gnocchi Shrimp and Zucchini ... Of particular delicacy the good fish soup Livorno still prepared with the ' old recipe of Grandma Diva.
Attended for a mid week lunch at approx 1.30pm. 2 people. No booking.
Upon entering you feel like you have stepped back to the grand old buildings of 1960s Italy. Sat on the balcony with spectacular views. Sun shining and clear Blue waters and Mountains as your vista.
Service: Polite but nothing special. Laid back and a little too calm. Disappointed the waiters wore runners...it downgraded the place a little( although not expecting Armani Leather shoes either!). Irrespective, let's talk food...well...you gotta go. Had the seafood risotto...cooked to perfection and deliriously tasty. Rice with a slight crunch ( as it should be) and ample seafood and tons of flavour.Would have it again with out question. Then had Fritto misto...lightly fried seafood of various sorts. Well.....I personally was worried it might be heavy and sit in my stomach. Forget that. Lightly battered and the seafood was fresh, clean and tasty! Add a bottle of Tuscan wine white and guess what... a perfect 3 hour lunch. Great job guys!! Ps reasonably priced also so the runners do not matter.....highly recommended.
4.5 based on 350 reviews
Il ristorante prende il nome dalla sua caratteristica principale: un'antica sorgente naturale e spontanea che lo attraversa al suo interno. Situato in uno dei migliori luoghi di Livorno, il locale è adatto a creare un'atmosfera rilassante ed unica; si disloca su un'ampia sala per un totale di 36 posti. È inoltre dotato di parcheggio riservato ai propri clienti esattamente di fronte al ristorante. Il ristorante trova la sua vocazione per il pesce e tutti i prodotti del mare. Il menù della Fonte del Penitente accontenta tutti i clienti con una serie infinita di proposte di pesce e carne, ideale quindi anche per coloro che non amano i prodotti ittici; consente così un'ampia scelta finalizzata a soddisfare tutti i migliori palati. La specialità che lo caratterizza è la padellata, piatto a base di crostacei e frutti di mare; data la prestigiosità dei prodotti che la compongono, è richiesta la prenotazione.
We found this restaurant when visiting the nice church in Montenero (10 min from Livorno) and were really impressed.
If, like us, you like good quality food and a calm atmosphere with no tourists in shorts, then this is definitely the place worth having lunch or dinner.
The vast majority of people there were locals, which was a good sign for us.
It is a family run, very neat restaurant with enormous range of local and other Italian regional wines. We had an amazing bottle of white wine
for something like 10 euro which is an absolutely unbelievable price even for a supermarket in London. The food was simply fantastic: we had fresh
seafood assortie and rissotto with cuttle fish, which seemed so fresh that we imagine it had just been in the sea a couple of hours before!
There were also a lot of small pleasant surprises such as hand made chocolate served with coffee and a trick at the end of the meal when the waiter watered the hot hand towel and it grew like a plant! So that all really made our day and we would definitely recommend this as a place to pop into when you are driving around Tuscany
4.5 based on 464 reviews
Lost flavors and fragrances of Tuscan cuisineSapori e Profumi perduti della cucina Toscana
We had a very short stop in Livorno on our way to Siena and decided to stop for dinner at this lovely restaurant. We were very grateful that it was open early for dinner and that the owner, Valeria - took such good care of us. She brought out her laptop and google-translated the entire menu. This is a place that I found on TripAdvisor.it, so most of the reviews were in Italian. I guessed right, that a restaurant that locals enjoy would be the way to go! We started with a Cheese, Etc platter that featured homemade jams (delicious). My husband then had the cod-filled ravioli, with the owner's recommendation and I had the bolognese with fresh, home-made pasta. For dessert, we had the tiramisu which was divine. Highly recommended - thanks Valeria!!
4.5 based on 491 reviews
Went to this pizzeria with a group of friend after work for dinner. We were not disappointed. the food was delicious accompanied by local wines which made the evening even more so enjoyable. Not a big pizzeria by any means but the hospitality was very enjoyable and so was the wine. good and prompt service. Nothing to complain about. Recommended.
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100% gluten free restaurant , we prepare daily home made fresh pasta such as ravioli, tagliolini, gnocchi etc... You can also find a very good selection of GLUTEN FREE BEER from all over the world . OPEN FOR DINNER AND LUNCH.
only good will come from this experience you should tell everyone MARIE DION GEVISSER + GARY GEVISSER 2FACETRUTH....
5 based on 147 reviews
My wife and I were in Livorno for a day as part of a Viking Oceans cruise. While walking around the market, which is a great experience, we came across this place. Hot fresh yeast donuts sprinkled with sugar. Oh my! They were absolutely fantastic! My wife is a donut connoisseur and she thinks it is one of the best she has ever had. I concur. She said they should have a "Hot Now" sign in the window like Krispy Kreme does in their window. The only place comparable is Granny's Donuts in Bozeman Montana. See my review for this place. If you ever get to Livorno France you must go here and have a donut. It is a little hard to find but it is worth the hunt.
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