4.5 based on 675 reviews
Our restaurant is NOT vegetarian and doesn't have a Vegan specific proposal. It's not suitable for great family because too small.<br>We write you because the present instructions produce misunderstandings to some customers of T.A.<br>Thank you
I only had a like a snack, gnocchi di patate with a pumpkin sauce. Dumplings were very nice, sauce a little oily. But still good.
The price was very good, too, and even an English menu was available. Interiors of the place fine, standard, maybe a little overdone. Staff friendly, trying their best English.
I dont think you can do much wrong having food there.
4.5 based on 343 reviews
This restaurant is difficult to find but well worth seeking out. It is slow-food in its best sense. It is family run. We were warmly greeted by father and son. Lovely cracking fire in a large open fire place. Small arched room seats about 20. Very rustic setting. We had two wonderful pasta first courses that were fresh and delicious. The bread was whole meal and also excellent. Our two pork main courses with local sauces were very tasty. We would highly recommend this restaurant. There was a lovely and generous spirit here - they offered us some of their local home-brew that was like a mulled wine and if we hadn't had to drive we might still be there!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
for dinner with fellows. traditional Trattoria and very nice restaurant as well. very special place to eat excellent beef and huge steak from the local territory, wide choice of antipasti and traditional pasta. not cheap, prices on average level. to be repeated again
4.5 based on 496 reviews
Many happy retun visits to this reastaurant, which has by now become a firm family favourite for our dinners out. Meat is amazing: tasty and very well cooked. Excellent cuts. Roasties are the best ever. Carpaccio very good, and a plesant selection of cakes. The cat-loving waitress is a nice chatterbox, and it is always good to be back. I often choose this place when I have friends to treat or for business dinners with colleagues. The restaurant is always busy so booking is stronly recommended. I have never been for lunch but the advertised deal looks incredibly cheap.
4.5 based on 635 reviews
Delightful and quite a bargain. The restaurant is tucked away in a side street of Viterbo's medieval quarter. On a summer, Sunday evening it was nearly empty. Service was swift and very friendly. In addition to a la cartel options, two fixed price multi-course options are available: three courses (many choices for each) at 15 euro or two courses including bistecca or tagliata for 18 euro. Portions are enormous. My steak was delicious but I was already quite full after the abundant antipasto! House wine is included and is quite good. We loved the casual but evocative feel. Would gladly return.
4.5 based on 363 reviews
4.5 based on 251 reviews
I haven't been to all the local restaurants, yet, but I'm surprised it seems to top the list. Don't get me wrong the service was attentive, food was good (we had pizza) and the price was ok. What we felt it lacked was warmth. The main restaurant is a huge tiled room with large tables well spaced from each other. If you are there for a wedding on a lovely summers day it is probably totally different but on a cold and blustery November evening it felt uninviting not withstanding the service. I was hoping for a warm inviting country house but what I got was cold and uninviting. Outside they have a decent garden area with a pretty pergola which strongly suggests their main business is in wedding reception market. One point on the food, we ordered pizza, fine. But they brought us an appetiser of thing focaccia which was very nice but not what you want when you are about to eat pizza! After a few slices of the focaccia she couldn't finish the pizza. Better would have been a lovely canapé that showed off the chefs skill and maybe might have brought me back to try something else other than pizza. I asked for a wheat or white beer but I got a lager. Not sure the waiter knew the difference. The prices were average.
4.5 based on 766 reviews
Toto's Pub Ristobirreria dal 1989 ha l'obbiettivo di regalare un'emozione a tutti voi. Un vero proprio tuffo nella Scozia, dallo stile del locale , alla divisa dello staff (rigorosamente in kilt) , all'atmosfera. Il BEER BUS del divertimento più famoso della città vi aspetta tutte le sere dalle 19:30 alle 2:00. Hamburgeria , Ristorante & Birreria. Ogni sera un evento diverso, dalla Musica Live , Gioco a Quiz , Karaoke , Serata di Magia , Baby Parking Toto's per tutti i bambini con animatrici gratuito, la Birroteca , rimani sempre aggiornato sulla nostra pagina Facebook. Con un menù di più di 130 pietanze, dalla friggitoria , antipasti italiani , hamburgher , panini con carne sfilacciata , tagliate di manzo , tagliate di hamburger da 339gr , pizza alla pala , piadine , insalatone e dolci fatti in casa. Con 10 birre alla spina e molte altre in bottiglia. SALI A BORDO DEL BEER BUS DEL DIVERTIMENTO TOTO'S !!!
This place is nice with a nice vibe good staff. Food is good and well prices compared to other places and settings around Rome. Don't get me wrong it's not cheap but for what you get and the options to eat inside or out in...MoreDear Contributor, Thank you for having reviewed us, and to get on board the most famous beer bus in the city. You can follow us on our Facebook page Toto's Ristobirreria Viterbo. Hoping to see her soon.
4.5 based on 239 reviews
Antica Gelateria cioccolateria e sale da t'è , in antichi locali ricavati da una torre medievale dove si svolgono eventi a tema, e su prenotazione compleanni e feste
We have tried a lot of gelato, and L'Antica Latteria is among the best anywhere. The flavors are all delicious and you get a lot for your money. The "Quella" flavor was like frozen Nutella--so good! The peach flavor is also especially good, but you can't go wrong with any of them.
4.5 based on 548 reviews
I was looking forward to eating at the Fattoria as we'd called twice to book only to be told they were fully booked so the last time we booked for the following week so we could taste the food ourselves. We are I a cold and rainy Saturday evening and indeed it was full. The main room has around 10 tables with space for around 150 covers and is pleasantly decorated with nice and clean toilets.
After sitting down we had to wait about 15 minutes before someone came to bring us the menus which was a little to long to wait. They could have least have taken our drinks order straight away and brought a little appetizer if they were busy. So first minus.
First plus. We ordered pizza and one antipasto which was the mixed platter. I enjoyed the platter which was a mix of cured hams, various types of vegetables done different ways and a small selection of cheese.
Second plus and second minus: The pizza was very thin but a little insipid for both adults but the kids liked theirs a lot.
We asked that they bring the kids pizza with the antipasto which they did but they seemed to have forgotten about our pizza so much so as we had to remind them. The beer on tap is excellent especially the dark beer, highly recommended. Prices in the norm. All in all lots good things to say but a few minuses too.
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