After numerous trip to Italy and sampling the best Gelateria’s in many towns, this was the stand-out winner. And it was worth every calorie to find it! All the fruit flavors are absolutely superb. We try to visit Sirmione every time we come to Italy just so we can go here.
Located in the heart of the historic center of this charming resort of Lake Garda, the Osteria Del Vecchio Moat offers its guests the possibility to taste typical local specialities in an intimate and quiet, surrounded by the charm of the old town of Sirmione.
Step inside and enjoy all the pleasures of “old world” cuisine in a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Their aim is to pamper customers from breakfast right up to dinner with genuine, sophisticated food.
This small family run ristorante is one of the neighborhood favorites and enjoyed by the locals. With only 15 tables it is best to make a reservation. The menu changes with the season but always great food, lovely atmosphere and very good prices. The wines are superb.
This ristorante is located near the historic center with easy access via cars or public transportation. It is run and operated by women and decorated in the manner of an inn. The service is very polite, helpful and humorous. The menu arrives instantly accompanied by a small appetizer of cubes of mortadella, sausage and dried gnocchino. The home-made breads are great. All the food comes out of the kitchen piping hot and delicious. The wines… [Read More]
A family-run restaurant with great seafood. Lilly, the owner, makes recommendations based on the seafood availability of the day. Trust her suggestions, you will be totally satisfied.
Fine Bolognese cuisine mixed with a people-watching atmosphere make Dal Bolognese an exciting, chic dining spot. Located right on the Piazza del Popolo, it is extremely popular with politicians, models, actors, artists, and designers. Reservations are a must! The best seats in the house, the outside tables, are “reserved” for the regulars. Dal Bologna serves food from Emilia-Romagna, which is best known for Parma ham, parmigiano reggiano cheese, and balsamic vinegar. A “must ” place to eat… [Read More]
REDIBIS features regional Umbrian cuisine utilizing only the freshest local ingredients. The restaurant occupies a well-preserved part of the two ambulatories of Mevania Roman theatre which was built in the I century A.D. under Emperor Trajan.
The restaurant has a warm, homely and pleasant atmosphere, with lots of specialized seafood dishes.
Chef Gennaro Esposito creates wonderful dishes at this Vico Equense ristorante.