Reviews on European food in Ronchi dei Legionari, Province of Gorizia, Italy including Lo Spuntino, Agriturismo Kovac, Hotel Ristorante Locanda ai Campi Di Marcello, Lokanda Devetak 1870, Osteria Hirschen, Osteria Alla Fortuna, La baracca del pesce, Risto/pub Hirschen, Agriturismo Agriturizem Pri Cirili
4 based on 17 reviews
Local food and homemade dishes in a comfortable, friendly environment, near the Natural Reserve of the DoberdÃ² Lake.
Frequento da tanti anni questo agriturismo, che ha gli affettati migliori della zona, pochi piatti cucinati ottimamente e dolci buonissimi. La qualitÃ Ã¨ sempre la stessa, solo che ultimamente i tempi di attesa si sono allungati e l impressione Ã¨ che non siano molto organizzati: oggi abbiamo aspettato piÃ¹ di un'ora tra antipasto e primo, due tavoli di gente arrivata dopo di noi Ã¨ stata servita prima; un altra volta i contorni non sono proprio arrivati nonostante li avessimo pure sollecitati... peccato!
I had eaten a lot of meat, so went for the plate of grilled vegetables and it was very good. Their potato salad is the best I have ever tasted. The following evening I was back on the meat and tried the wurst with potato salad - a large plateful, which was delicious and good value. A place to meet up with friends. Nice atmosphere and friendly staff.
3 based on 329 reviews
Locale Con Apertura Stagionale Da Pasqua A Settembre
I ate in this place, with friends, 3 times or so and was always satisfied.First off, the place is very nice: many tables are directly outside (there's a roof, so rain is not a problem), around the original little wooden building which started it all. There's also a newer dining room, with marine decor. Eating outside is very relaxing in the warmer days (the place is closed in winter months, by he way).The food is mainly grilled and fried fish: I sampled a grilled selection last year and it was awesome. The last time I went, in May 2014, I tried the sea bass fish&chips which was very good. The first courses (mainly pasta with fish) are also well worth. All in all, dishes are simple, even basic at times, but tasty and satisfying. Service is grassroots, but attentive and fast. Pricing is quite reasonable.
4 based on 177 reviews
How odd to be addressed, on walking in, not in Italian but in French. Given my height and colouring, I might have expected German, if not English... but then, as I entered the open-roofed garden room where we were to have lunch, I saw the immense travel poster for Mauritius. Ah, I thought -- will they offer something special, then?No. Nothing special. A decent fritto misto, a decent spaghetti con vongole, and a rather disappointing antipasto of hot and cold seafood salad -- breadcrumbs, garlic, and butter made most of the hot items taste the same -- not an item to recommend. Oh, well. Usual pricing, affable service. If you lived within a few blocks of the Alla Fortuna, you would have no reason at all not to make this your restaurant. But if, like us, you happened upon it during a Sunday of excursions, you would not next Sunday turn to your partner, saying, "It's only a half-an-hour on the motorway... Remember that little place in Monfalcone? Shall we pop down there again?"
4 based on 31 reviews
It's got a nice decor and the menu is limited. But, the food is generous and wholesome - you won't leave hungry, and it won't cost you a lot either. It's a good place to hang out, drink and eat.
4 based on 481 reviews
The DEVETAK family has been running the RESTAURANT since 1870. They offer to the customers homemade bread as well as pasta. The raw ingredients come from the family's farm on the Carso (Karst). The cuisine respects the borderland, Austrian-Central Europea
After a beautiful day touring Lake Bled and Ljubljana, we decided to stop for dinner at yet another Buon Ricordo-affiliated restaurant (my wife and my friend's wife are like crack addicts when it comes to collecting Buon Ricordro plates) in eastern Italy near the Slovakian border. The atmosphere was warm and the staff attentive. Smoked swordfish was the starter with crusty bread and a large shell of butter. I had a large portion of tasty rabbit for my main and my wife ordered the signature dish of pasta with gorganzola, and pancetta. I would recommend this out-of-the-way restaurant to those in search of great food off the beaten path.
4 based on 418 reviews
We were tgere for the anniversary dinner. It was our first visit . The restaurant offers outdoor tables and a traditional interiors dining room (very clean). There is a wide selection of tasting menu (they looked very tasty and complete!) We choose squids-sea scallops starters/sea fruit rice as a first course /seabass-turbots as second course. Everything was very good but we want to highlight that the rice was simply great (the sea fruits were mixed and not visible in pieces) and the turbots were three nice fishes deliciously cooked on the hotplate. Quality/price extremely good.Smiling service staff. Enjoy!
4 based on 195 reviews
We visited this agritourism restaurant on the recommendation of the friend who is a local. It was a bit hard to find (we passed by it 2 items until on the 3rd time we spotted the sign leading to this tiny street with not enough parking space). The parking is a problem, as you have to find the space in the main street. The terrace was nice, so I imagine it is quite comfortable in the summer. Indoor seating area lacks atmosphere. Food is average, really. Nice thing was the pumpkin bread - other types of bread are also quite good, as they are home-made. As antipasto, we opted for the large plate of mixed salami, and pickled veggies, accompanied with a glass of Terrano (red wine) - and that was excellent. Then we had pasta: pumpkin gnocchi with butter and sage (gnocchi di zucca con burro e salvia), bread gnocchi with mushrooms, and lasagne.The first one was interesting, and decisively the best of all three. Other ones were just... average, plain, really. Then, main dish: mixed plate of grilled meat, with patate in tecia and sauerkraut - less than average. Dessert: we chose tiramisu and yogurt cream cup. Not bad, both of them. They have their own vine, and although we tried the their Chardonnay, it was somehow too sour and it didn't accompany the pasta dishes very well - while the red wine Terrano was of very good quality. The service was slow (the restaurant was full, and I noticed that mainly jota and patate in tecia were ordered, rarely something else), but friendly. The price was average for this area (3 of us and 60 â¬ total), but I don't think I will be visiting them again. The local, rustic, countryside taste of the food and atmosphere was just... missing.
4 based on 334 reviews
This small but very cosy restaurant proposes very good home made pasta specialities but also other dishes. Following the recommendation of the very nice service lady we took pastas of the day and a special mixed started plate. All was really excellent food and nicely decorated on the plate. The red house wine that she recommended was also very nice! A restaurant to go back again!
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