Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Monteforte d'Alpone, Province of Verona, Italy including Il Convivio, Ristorante Al Gambero, Locanda Lo Scudo, Locanda Ai Capitelli, Degusto, Trattoria dal Moro, Enoteca Realda, San Marco
4 based on 225 reviews
From the moment we stepped into the restaurant we felt warmly welcomed and at home. The cuisine is of very high standard & the selection was just right. The finale was a delicious short-crust pastry with chantilly cream topped with fresh strawberries - naturally home-made, as everything else ...it was a feast for eyes and taste-buds.Definitely worth a visit!
4 based on 236 reviews
We come to Soave quite regularly and getting more and more into this enoteca/restaurant. They offer lovely aperitifs with classy tramezzini. We have been recently positively surprised by the quality and care to offer high quality food. Very good cocktail of shrimps, ChateauBriand was super; dessert ( salame al cioccolato and semifreddo ) were as well outstanding in their presentation and taste. Wine offering is good but bottles price range tent too high, single glasses offering can fit any wallet. Two small possible points of improvement: quality of young people in service can further step up: location is great, food is great, service is good but there is space to make this place shine. Enlarge wine offering with few more medium low cost bottles.
4 based on 846 reviews
In occasione del mercatino Dell antiquariato e di altre festivitÃ o ponti siamo aperti anche alla domenica. Ã sempre gradita la prenotazione. Grazie
This restaurant has very amusing and memorable decor, lots of kilner-type jars used in very different ways. A strong talking point.My husband chose steak with fontina sauce, medium cooking for the steak, and I chose ravioli with truffle sauce. When our meal arrived my ravioli were perfect, but my husband's plate was covered in blood - a sure sign that the steak had been cooked 'rare'. When he told the waitress she returned it to the kitchen, of course. However, when the plate reappeared at the table it was clear that the chef had returned the steak to the pan complete with the sauce - thus rendering the whole meal inedible. My husband told the waitress that the steak was now too tough to eat. We decided to call it a day as we had lost faith in the kitchen.On the plus side, the kitchen admitted the error and the restaurant took my husband's meal off the bill. It was a real shame as we had visited the restaurant some years ago. Our last experience had encouraged us to return, and we had been impressed by the new look it now has.The restaurant was busy enough, so hopefully our experience was unusual. We don't live locally, so we can't pop in again on the off-chance though.Salve mi dispiace molto e ci scusiamo se le cose non sono andate come lei desiderava ma speriamo di avere un'altra possibilitÃ visto che magari con la confusione non siamo stati abbastanza attenti alle sue esigenze e ci faccia presente se qualcosa non va
4 based on 594 reviews
This is not my first meal at Degusto, but the first since Matteo summer working at Forte Village, (Hell's kitchen winner!!).Well, I and my family were delighted, we tasted several dishes and we did enjoy them very much. I personally love Foie Gras but never eat it in Italy as, my opinion, italian chefs are incapable of cooking it properly. Matteo does it to perfection!!Well done and see you soon.
4 based on 243 reviews
This restaurant is beautifully situated in the soave hills with a view of the castle. It is somewhat fancy. Food was delicious, especially the non traditional carpaccio. There is a modern take on the classic Italian recipes. So expect a lot of taste. The restaurant has good value for money, however you will spend more than you want because of the beautiful surroundings and the delicious food. Be prepared ;) the hosts are professional and kind.
4 based on 254 reviews
Pasta to die for. What else is there to say? English is limited, but it's worth pulling out translator.com to figure out the menu. It was recommended by an Italian friend. The location is right near the city wall--the quiet transports you back in time.
4 based on 514 reviews
The restaurant is truly traditional Italian with no English menu and staff speaks only Italian but they are welcoming! Food are great, we started with a salad and trio fish as apetitizer, then duck meat pasta as 1st dish which are all fantastic! Main I had grilled sea bass which is really delicious! Unfortunately my partner had an under cooked beef dish, otherwise everything will be perfect! The meal of course comes with a local Soave Classico. The restaurant have a very comprehensive wine list! Ambiance was great too! Will definitely come back again!
4 based on 196 reviews
We went for lunch after visiting some of the local wineries. We did not have reservations, but this was not a problem. What struck me most about the restaurant was the service. The waitress was so friendly and helpful, very enthusiastic about her restaurant. We were presented with a taste of an eggplant mousse, it was delicious. We both had the risotto of the house with scallops. It was amazing, a unique risotto and I am a big fan of risotto. For main courses we had the pork shoulder and the tuna, both of which were just ok, the taste was fine, but had hoped for more. I did enjoy the veggies with the tuna. We each had a dessert, which was both delicious and unique, accompanied by a Jamaican coffee, a rare find in Italy. The restaurant also offers set menus that are very affordable. While the restaurant is set back off of the street, making it a bit hard to find, you can park off of the street in front of the restaurant.
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