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4.5 based on 214 reviews
5 based on 168 reviews
Recommended this restaurant by our hotel and what a treat it was. We had the taster menu and everything was totally delicious. The staff spoke very good English and explained each dish locally. They use fresh seasonal local produce , it was not fancy but it was extremely well cooked food. Everything tasted of what it was meant to taste of. There was an aubergine "meat" ball (with no meat) in the most exquisite tomato sauce I have ever tasted. Would love to go back
4.5 based on 848 reviews
I just realised I never reviewed this place though it is one of my favourites in Italy. I have been going back year after year and it always gets better!
Relaxed ambiance, great interiors and extremely professional/friendly staff.
Food is delicious and well presented. Price really reasonable. My favourite dish is "Carpaccio di Ricciola".
4.5 based on 517 reviews
Maximum Dionysius, owner and chef of the restaurant The Cuciniere Fano, enjoying a very strong experience behind around the world, including Monte Carlo, Imola and New York. In his career he can boast experience in restaurants of international caliber like the Restaurant Du Port in the Principality of Monaco, the San Domenico restaurant in Manhattan and many others around the world. Massimo's talent is now transforming into a kitchen able to amaze with original proposals, all based on the ground floor kitchen and meat: in the menu are, in fact, kangaroo meat coming from the state of Queensland - Australia - one of the areas with the low environmental pollution in the world; Then bison meat, but also in addition to the Cinta Senese pig sliced from Marchigiana cattle beef.
This is a small, unpretentious place serving delicious food, specializing in meat dishes. We booked a table here based on the solid reviews on Trip Advisor and the recommendation of our hotel concierge and we were not disappointed. After traveling down the coast and feasting on mostly fish and seafood, it was a treat to indulge ourselves in the well prepared meat selections.
We also enjoyed speaking to the owner/chef who had spent time cooking at one of New York City's finer Italian restaurants (so, yes - English is spoken here!)
4.5 based on 574 reviews
L'Osteria del Brigante, attentive to the care of the guests in every detail, in a cozy, warm, elegant and cozy, offers typical products of high quality and traditional recipes with pasta strictly "handmade" and homemade cakes, with some tasty contamination with the flavors of Puglia The menu ranges from the robber's proposals to those of fish meat fulfilling every desire, from oysters to cappelletti in broth, the fish soup to the rotation of cheese, up to the Florentine and the mixed grill. The fish is present in a wide variation, ranging from "raw" dishes finely and delicately processed, the result of secret family recipes. The meat dishes vary according to season and availability of cover, in addition to the "classics", many tasty specialties. For lovers of the flavors of the past will surely like "The Shard of Brigante," pot luck, ancient invention of the family, which today provides an inviting blend of sausage, meatballs, veal and costarelle tacks, all flavored with a slightly spicy sauce . A quick look at the wine list is able to enchant even the most demanding enthusiasts: 250 national labels present, with a good representation of white and red, not to mention the French champagne and dessert. And for those who want to take only a few glasses, no shortage of half bottles, including famous names like Sassicaia and Amarone. The tradition of "homemade", of course, is the host even in the proposals of sweets ... And if you want to end the meal really in beauty, Brigante also boasts a wide selection of peaty whiskey, brandy and rum.
After a hard-day work I was taken to this restaurant by a colleague with other team members. Impeccable service, great food and well presented. Relaxing atmosphere and the right background music. The waiter who served us was prepared, polite, friendly, smiling, helpful ... well almost inded and essential element for a great dinner. The food ... well, maybe I never ate raw fish so good.
Prices about average for what we got. Will definitely go back, the restaurant is really nice and comfortable. A perfect mix for a perfect evening (of any kind. It’s also extremely romantic!).
4.5 based on 226 reviews
The philosophy of our restaurant cannot exclude the nature of our farm, which rears pigs and cattle but also offers a wide variety of courses which are the outcome of our best culinary tradition. So you can eat "crescia sfogliata" (a kind of puff pastry flatbread) with the homemade cold cuts, fresh handmade pasta which can be flavoured with different types of "ragu" sauces, with or without meat and the best assortment of vegetables that the season offers; we also have a special attention for the excellent products coming from the surrounding woods such as wild asparagus, mushrooms or truffles picked by our own personal reliable gatherers. All this ensures that the ingredients we use are inextricably linked to the seasonality. Sometimes you will find ingredients which are not strictly typical of our area, but if they are carefully selected, they are essential in enriching our courses. Despite our culinary guidelines, many vegetarians are also loyal clients of ours. We also know how to prepare for celiac sufferers.
You have to like meat! The menu is based on what the farm grows so pig and veal it is. Try the appetizers and the local wine.
4.5 based on 563 reviews
I've visited this restaurant 4 times in the last 2 years. There is nothing that that I dislike here. I deliberately come for the Fiorentina but I also think the prosciutto and cheeses are fantastic, the pasta is homemade and again whether it is ravioli, mushroom (porcini) or cignale (wild boar) or venison it is perfect. I've never tried the desert I'm always too full! The restaurant is not easy to get to but your stomach will thank you for it! It's family owned, home made foods and the owners are extremely friendly. Just be sure you take a little dictionary/ phrase book if your Italian is not that good!
4.5 based on 267 reviews
The Osteria is located in the historical borgo of San Giovanni in Marignano, just 20 metres from the bell tower, it is in a building that belonged to count Spina from the early 400's.Inside there is a small but pretty restaurant/wine bar, where the paintings and photographs change periodically, as local artists expose. On Wednsday evenings a live music set takes place, but the main attractive is the food as we only use fresh and seasonal products, revisiting traditional dishes and inventing new ones,we mainly have a meat menu. All sweets, pasta are home made, and our cheeses and salumis are locally produced by small artisans. In the summer our guests will be eating in the open air. The osteria is open at lunch and dinner from Tuesday evening to Sunday evening.
It is a small, cozy restaurant with country-like touches. The staff are all very relaxed, friendly and efficient. The food was especially tasty. There were traditional dishes and some unexpected ones, such as a spinach salad. It seems as if the chef had travelled outside of Italy and added some of his/her experience to his/her cooking. The wine list also had enough wines from other regions.
Definitely make a reservation.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
First thing which you can see - it's long queue! It doesn't matter if it is lunch time or evening, you have to wait, but definately it's worth it! And additionally it means that is place where you can eat very tasty food!
I was shocked about this delicious taste of piadina! It was fulled of fresh, local additives - variety of them made me crazy and I didn't know what I wanted to try! So I recommend everybody to visit this place two times at least!
4.5 based on 822 reviews
The secret to the success of this family-owned business is largely due to chef and owner, Lorenzo Pazzaglia’s enthusiasm for authenticity and his generosity in his approach to food. A 14-page menu offers dozens of varieties of fresh and savory recipes for pastas, pizzas, risottos,...Morethanks a lot and a nice read what you wrote for us super likeable photographer you and all your friends -Friends and always a pleasure to have you as a customer but mostly as friends thank Lorenzo and all the staff of poggio
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