Recommended by hotel and it was a gem. Best pasta I have eaten in Italy and good friendly service. Not fine dining but very busy and frequented by locals. Revisited several times during our stay in Trento. Reasonably priced for quality.
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I dislike scallops so my husband orders them when we go out quite often. But his scallop and artichoke appetizer was a few shrimp and artichoke. I ordered the salad that sounded like it had the most lettuce and also had brie, and the ubiquitous...More
This unassuming little restaurant over by the old city wall is well worth searching out. The small amount of outside seating is a bit misleading : inside there is a large and very comfortable dining room. The food is good, the service attentive and friendly....More
This restaurant has a tradition of home made pastas. I've eaten a lot of homemade pasta (and I make them also at home) but this was really the top. My wife had a very good one. I had the best! It was a fresh pasta...More
The food is really good and they have a good wine selection. The staff is nice and helpful. The location is very central but it's not a "touristy" place. Highly recommended.
If you are looking for good Italian food for a reasonable price, this is the place. It's not cheap, but far from expensive. Traditional with a nice selection of dishes.
The risotto di Taroldego is absolutely spectacular and a phenomenal start to dinner. And, the service from this wonderful staff makes you dinner even more special. And, a great selection of wine to choose from
Small restaurant, likely to be missed, only four tables outside in the shade of the old city walls. Great, attentive service. Large (Italian) starter menu with lots of Bruschette, salads and cheeses. Famous for its pasta, I had the in red wine cooked Tagliatellini in...More