Great local food, great atmosphere, on the mountain side if the river, just ask the locals where it is.
You have to know La Rasiga is there if you want to try it. Outside of the main shopping/ eating area, just across the old bridge, this restaurant is a hidden gem. The hearty mountain food which is it's speciality may not be for everyone (my partner struggled to find a suitable meal everywhere in Bormio, as he doesn't eat... More
La Rasiga is a convertd saw mill and they retained ALL of the old world charm, which is 100% authentic; the "real deal". This place is located on a tiny cobblestone "street" that time forgot 100 years ago. The food is served on a "set" menu but you can make some requests. There are multiple courses of special salamis, cheeses,breads,... More
We arrived at La Resiga at 8 pm sharp, hungry from a day of motorcycle riding accross this fantastic mountain region. What we found is a fantastic local cuisine to suit our appetite. The set menu included 2 types of antipasy, both very tasty. Then came the best minestrone soup I've ever had followed by two excellent first courses. For... More
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