Very tasty food, full off flavors, excellent waitress, and memorable wine ! Must visit while in Verona.
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I was taken here for dinner by a local who lives in Verona. The food was delicious - the horsemeat was particularly good. I would suggest that if you don't eat meat you go somewhere else as there was a young lady at the next...More
Comfortable place to eat in the very center of old town. Simple but savory meals. Friendly and attentive staff.
Honestly - the name almost scared us away thinking it would be gimmicky and playing off the Shakespeare story. But we were more than pleasantly surprised by our dinner and the restaurant turned out to be our favorite place in Verona. The atmosphere is cute...More
Went for dinner on our day of arrival at 6.30pm and ordered a bottle of local red wine and a half bottle of white wine which were very palatable. We ordered the fillet steak with roast potatoes, There was another dish of fillet steak and...More
My wife and I ate here a couple nights ago. We enjoyed the bigoli with the donkey meat sauce. as well as the pumpkin ravioli. The secondi were a bit disappointing. The horse steak was rather tough and the horse meatballs were a bit bland...More
Close to our hotel so we thought we would give it a try. Our meals, chosen from the fixed price menu. For prime, we both had pasta; my tortelli stuffed with pumpkin were very tasty and lighter than my wife's pesto tagliatelle. Warning, the pasta...More
I went to this restaurant for lunch. The place is warm and the atmosphere is pleasant. The menu is structured on Veronese's cuisine with a good choice among starters, pastas and main courses. The wine list is so huge and completes. We start our lunch...More
The restaurant is quirky inside with witch dolls hanging from the ceilings, but the service was lovely and the food came fast. The pasta first portions are huge, and so when the second course came we struggled to finish, but they were great value for...More
Stopped in the Osteria while wandering the streets of Verona and despite the cheesy name we were treated to a reasonably priced and tasty lunch menu. Some exciting local delicacies such as donkey pasta and horse tartar make the experience authentic and interesting! Definitely recommended!