We stumbled upon this lovely restaurant by chance. We sat outside on a terrace with an amazing view. The food was a delight and a "must try". We would recommend the "heart" shaped ravioli.
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This charming location has been paired with John Paterson, top chef of Todi. We dined this weekend and were transported back to his original Todi restaurant. A wonderful menu with a carefully complimented wine list was remarkable. Best wishes to John and Elena on their...More
We have tried several restaurants in Todi and this was the best by far. Everything was done to perfection. Beautiful ambiance and excellent service. The terrace is lovely and so is indoor seating. Just remember to bring cash. They do not take credit cards or...More
Could not wait to eat at The Cantina del Mercataccio since Chef John Paterson took it over last week. As always food could not be any better, and this place is great whether you eat in the main dining room or in the beautiful terrace...More
A frame of ancient times, jazz music and excellent food. Very nice couple in charge of everything as at their house. Nice ingredients and a variety of Italian wines. Worth visiting as much as possible to discover a new savour each time. A jewel lost...More
We celebrated my wifes birthday here with a nice bottle of prosecco and then discovered that they give you a glass of prosecco on the house so we were well oiled! We began by sharing a plate of local salami, prosciutto, cheeses and bruschetta which...More
We've visited Todi for a few years now but this was our first visit to this restaurant. We were extremely happy with our meal - up to and even beyond the standard of other local restaurants. The place is a little hidden down a side...More
It was our first night in Todi and in Italy. We went with our two children expecting a fairly good dinner but we're happily surprised by the wonderful staff and delicious food. Our son has food allergies and they were very accommodating.
This restaurant has fairly recently changed hands. It is close to the town centre, with parking nearly bin the Mercato Vecchio. We were made very welcome with a glass of prosecco and some baked asparagus. The food was well prepared and delicious and the house...More