We were here for a meal during our visit of orvieto (make the duomo tour, it's really great). The food is absolutely good and you can find some great wines as well. Service is totally average, but in line with what I call a family...More
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This little restaurant is a very nice little family run restaurant where you can taste excellent local food for a very convenient price. The place is charmy and I want to suggest you to try it when you are in orvieto ...
Nice and cosy little multi-storey place with a family-run business management and a very friendly table service. Food is high quality Italian home made cuisine ....it is reasonably priced with a wide selection of dishes....zucca grigliata e marinata and friggetelli ripieni are strongly recommended, also...More
This place had THE best porchetta roll i have ever eaten. The owners were very pleasant as well. Went back twice!
Sat outside and ate a very good meal. Good local fare well presented and authentic. Meat and cheese platter was very good. Drank house red which as expected was very drinkable. Situated in heart of Orvieto on bustling cobbled Street. We will return again
I came here on a beautiful late summer night after seeing mostly locals filling their outdoor seating. Unfortunately when I enquired for a table for 1 I was told that the only seating for 1 person was inside, though there was an empty table with...More
We stopped in Orvieto for the day and this restaurant was highly recommended as a good place to eat. That recommendation couldn't have been any more wrong. My daughter asked for turkey, salami and cheese sandwich and she was told in no uncertain terms that...More
We had lunch outdoors here on a warm June day and thoroughly enjoyed our experience. All the pasta was handmade by the cheerful hostess, who made us feel so welcome. Their paparadelle cinghale was the best food we ate on our week-long stay in Tuscany....More
We stopped here for an outside lunch after watching the procession on Corpus Domini. We had cured meats and cheese, a panini, and wine, and it was a pleasant way to wrap up our short Orvieto visit.
Had a great lunch of several different kinds of panini, including wild boar. Quiet and very,friendly. Chef brought over several different samples as he prepared other lunches.