Best Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Italian food in Bedonia. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Italian restaurants near you. including Trattoria Oppici, Bar Pizzeria Speedy, Al Panigaccio, trattoria pizzeria moretto, Ristorante Al Vecchio Mulino, Locanda Ferrari Cecchino, Ristorante Mellini, Ristorante La Pergola, Pizzeria Trattoria La Pieve di Zazzali Maurizio, Agriturismo La Tempestosa
4 based on 60 reviews
Passiamo il ferragosto in quest'agriturismo appena sopra il paese di Bedonia. Il locale Ã¨ bello,posto al di sopra di paesini con viuzze strette in un posto tranquillo e silenzioso.Peccato per il forte vento che disturberÃ il pranzo all'aperto per tutta la sua durata.Prezzo fisso a 35 â¬ tutto compreso; vini semplici alla spina o locali.Le porzioni non sono abbondantissime e questo un pÃ² dispiace.Buon pane caldo,arriva prima la giardiniera e poi le torte d'erbe ed il salume nella norma.Molto buona la torta di cipolle che perÃ² viene servita con un pezzo a testa; ne avremmo mangiato volentieri qualche altra fetta.I primi ed i secondi sono difformi da quanto enunciato dal titolare all'atto della prenotazione,ed anche i camerieri,giovani, non sanno dirci di preciso cosa la cuoca ha preparato.Strano.Arrivano lasagne al forno,anche qui un pezzetto a testa e tagliolini al tartufo pieni di panna che non lasciano alcun ricordo.Roast beef con patate arrosto e ciotoline scarse di cinghiale che,sinceramente,ho mangiato molto piÃ¹ buono da altre parti.Gelato con frutti di bosco della casa,abbondanti digestivi fatti da loro e conto come sopra.Tutto sommato una buona esperienza anche se non esaltante.Peccato per il vento,ma il nome del locale Ã¨ tutto un programma.
4 based on 71 reviews
While staying in Bedonia we have visited LaPieve three times. On every occasion the greeting, service and food has been outstanding! The pizza is great, with a veryThin crust and excellent topping combinations. It sounds so good, I think weâll return tonight.Ciao a tutti!
4 based on 101 reviews
We recently had a wonderful stay at Villa Tre Angeli. One night we wandered off on our own and literally stumbled on La Pergola. The menu looked interesting and the dining room inviting. The young hostess Stefanie was very helpful and found us a bottle of very good red local wine at a reasonable price. Everything we ordered was outstanding. In fact one of our party liked it so much he ordered a second entree. Some of the highlights were veal cutlets with mushrooms and pepper, amazing eggplant parmesan, pasta etc.. There were many choices and everything was cooked to order. We asked to meet the chef Angela Bernieri and told her how much we loved her food.If you're ever in the area, try it.
4 based on 30 reviews
Had a fantastic lunch with friends absolutely superb great pasta well cooked fish certainly will be back
4 based on 46 reviews
"Refined flavors in an atmosphere hanging between the scent of the sea and the charm of the mountain." Two couples, four friends. Almost by chance, or perhaps by instinct, or maybe because of the positive vibrations that the place gave us - Something attr
We ate a wonderful lunch on the patio at Locanda Ferrari Cecchino starting with some very crispy and yummy bread pieces that went perfectly with the cheeses and salume, then tagliatelli al capriolo ed asparagi, and frito misto al Genovese that was done to a T.The service was friendly and timely, despite the restaurant being full. We will return any and every chance we get.
4 based on 125 reviews
This is the place for a delicious steak, fabulous pansotti with salsa di nocce,and a panna cotta to die for. The building is an old mill that the owners have decorated in the most charming way. There are even geese that come down the small creek that is visible from the restaurant windows. The owner has a wine cellar that you can visit to choose your favorite vintage. If you order the steak, you will be shown several sizes and even the smallest is big. So you might want to share. It is cooked in a wood oven and the taste is amazing. The meal is a bit pricey, but I haven't found anything half as tasty.
4 based on 177 reviews
We come here all the time when we visit Bedonia. The pizza is the best you can find. The staff are extremely friendly and cooperative. Outdoor seating is beautiful and perfect on a warm evening. This pizzeria is perfect for families as you can order pizzas as big as the table to share. You can keep adding to the bill on the table which is great. Definitely visit and you will not be let down
4 based on 340 reviews
Compiano Castle houses a panigacceria and braceria where you can savour panigacci, a typical speciality of the Lunigiana area, which are highly digestible and can be savoured in their sweet or savoury versions. Originally a type of peasant flatbread , the
We recently had the pleasure of eating here while staying in the Castello; suffice it to say that we enjoyed it so much that we went back again. Matteo, our server, was super friendly, accommodating and helpful with our (at best) halting Italian. Daniel, the cook, is a wizard with grilled meats: we had the steak 'florentine', which was tasty, tender, and cooked to perfection. In addition, we tried the sliced beef marinated with balsamic vinegar . . . What a find! It was served UNDER a bed of shredded greens, and the combination was truly inspired. The second night, we had a fantastic pasta dish, with tuna, tomato and onion; it was light and wonderfully tasty. The panigacchio itself is delicious: it is a flat bread made between terra cotta discs, and is a specialty of the region. We love discovering local traditions like that, and recommend this restaurant very much.
4 based on 109 reviews
The chef is an artist! We have been here many times, it is in fact the reason why we didn't stay last time in Val di Taro but in Bedonia.So we can eat at Speedy and then walk to our (bad) hotel.Whatever you chose: pizza or a normal dinner: it is tasty!The chef should come to Holland and teach Dutch pizzeria's how a pizza should really taste.
4 based on 425 reviews
The Trattoria Oppici is located in MontevaccÃ , a suggestive mountain village that is located on the pass MontevacÃ which links the Taro and Ceno Valleys in the province of Parma, a well-preserved village where one can breathe the atmosphere of the ancient
Great Restaurant with a new place in the next building. Tha staff is very good and very friendly. The owner is always visitng tha tables and asking if there is need of something. The food is great an espaecially all about the local mushrooms "porcini". Everything is great we could live only with this king of food. Must visit if you are near Bedonia.
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