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AU$28 - AU$70
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Italian, Healthy
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Reviewed 14 April 2023

Beautiful experience with my partner. All for a very reasonable price too. We will not forget it, not even a year open for a business and they are already excelling at a top notch yet humble eating experience

Date of visit: April 2023
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Reviewed 9 August 2021

A nice lunch on our return to Rome after a long weekend on the Adriatic. The place is not fancy but demonstrates class and good taste in its choices of decor and menu. We learned about it from Cinzia Mancini, chef at Bottega Culinaria, and...it was well worth the stop. Staff is friendly, quick and responsive. A lunch for five ran just a bit over €100. The agriturismo also sells flour and other products from around the area.More

Date of visit: August 2021
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Reviewed 24 October 2019

Before writing about the restaurant, i need to spend some words about the philosophy and the inspiration of Carla and Alfonso...Instead living in a good living quality city, the chose to jump in this adventure...respect for the enviroment, take mother nature's course, heritage preservation, sow...ancient wheat, stone grinding, ...it leads to a genuine menu, high digestibility plates, forgotten tastes! In addition we were greeted by Carla's smile and hospitality, a sign of the curious and genuine humanity of our land of Abruzzo. Must experience it!More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed 8 September 2019

We enjoyed a special 'archeofarm' dinner at the restaurant: Alfonso, the owner, together with a team of archeologists, had created a multiple courses dinner to make it possible to taste the ingredients and the meals the italic tribes of the area originally ate. Very nice...and tasty combinations, a rich meal in an enjoyable, relaxed atmosphere. Also, I appreciated the special attention I was given as a coeliac, with great glutenfree options especially prepared for me. Cherry on the cake, Alfonso, who is very passionate about his area and roots, took his time to talk (and guide us, the day after, on an informal appointment he made with us!) through the stories of the ancient populations and who inhabited the area, showing us what remains: from an archeological site to an ancient amphitheatre. Thank you very much for the experience.More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed 5 September 2019 via mobile

I had the pleasure of eating here. The service and good was beyond outstanding. A definite restaurant worth a Michelin star. I was treated like family and left extremely satisfied and full that I must have gained at least two pounds. Can’t wait to go...there again when I return to Italy.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed 7 October 2018 via mobile

I loved my stay at Terre di Solina and HIGHLY reccommends to visit. The room was worthy of a Queen and I loved the detail with the bathroomdoor concieled as a closet. The food they prepare in the restaurant is amazing! And the breakfast might...be one of the best I've ever had. 😊 I will deffinatly visit again.More

Date of visit: October 2018
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Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

Per qualsiasi amante del slow food, questo è un posto fantastico. L'esperienza é stata, dal capo alla fine, meravigliosa. Our meal was exceptional, and we had the chance to speak with not only Carla and Alfonso, the owners, but also with their lovely son and...Alfonso's friendly sister. What a find! We were given a delicious cream of zucchini soup to start, and then we each chose a plate of pasta. The truffle fettuccelle were gorgeous, with plenty of delicate truffle shavings. Not overpowering - just delectable. The gnocchi were perfectly cooked and presented - with zucchini flowers and local saffron. Our daughter devoured the perfectly simple sauteed swiss chard (though she prefers not to touch the stuff at home!), and later declared the homemade blackberry gelato to be the best ice cream of her life. Everything (wine, olive oil, bread, pasta, veggies, fruit, etc.) is grown and prepared by the family. Incredible! We can't wait to come back next year!!!More

Date of visit: August 2018
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Reviewed 31 December 2017 via mobile

There is one word I can think of to describe our stay at Terre di Solino. ‘Exceptional’. Very nice rooms and the main lodge area is clean and comfortable. Alfonso and Carla bring a wealth of knowledge about their products and follow genuine processes respecting...the products they grow. They went out of their way to supply us with knowledgable contacts in nearby towns we visited. They also took us on tours of the national park, a church in Capestrano and took us truffle hunting. They quite simply made our vacation so much better. The restaurant was very good where we also had a truffle inspired meal based on our forging experience. Additionally you are able to purchase their excellent products (including the ‘farina di Solina') which makes for an added experience when you come home. Grazie a voi Carla ed Alfonso!More

Date of visit: November 2017
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Reviewed 17 December 2017

Carla and Alfonso are wonderful hosts! We stayed at Terra di Solina for 7 nights in November 2017 and they looked after every detail for us. The food was fantastic, rooms are very comfortable, clean and have all the amenities. We would definitely stay again...and look forward to our next visit. Location of this agriturismo is in a very quaint area and great for day trips to nearby towns. A peaceful environment nestled in the Abruzzo countryside - great for r&r. We highly recommend staying at Terra di Solina!More

Date of visit: December 2017
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Reviewed 26 November 2016 via mobile

My cousin and I were in the area for some business and saw the agriturismo but thought it wasn't open that evening. However it was and we went in. Great food and loved the decor and atmosphere. Had a wonderful starter made from the solina...grain that the restaurant is named for. Then had polenta with ground sausage and mushrooms on top. I'm more familiar with a yellowish colour polenta where this was a light brown and it was really good. Finished with the veal my cousin had lamb both very good. Will definitely go again.More

Date of visit: November 2016
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Reviewed 18 September 2016

We are Italians who have lived and traveled the world.We would never have expected to find in the Valley of Tirino : off the beaten track across from Capestrano location Capo D'Aqua an unique above all for the area, a beautiful ultramodern structure surrounded by...masses of herbs, rosemary and not to forget antique olive trees. More important high quality, healthy very local bio food. All this prepared and served by civil people who deeply respects nature and it's produce. A rare discovery these days. We did not experience their B&B with air conditioned rooms a must in summer. My only negative comment is that I personally had a problem with the acoustics in the dinning room. A local experience but with a difference as it is enriched by a civil and that is polite and obliging environment. FabrizioMore

Date of visit: September 2016
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Reviewed 12 August 2016

This is an great addition to the restaurants in the area but is different just so mush love is put into the food . We had the taster menu very good but go hungry!. Very helpful staff explaining ..my lack of Italian . I have...a rental house in Capestrano so I have the nice job of trying all the restaurants in the area ..excuse is so I can tell my guests where to eat !. I will be returning I want to try a pizza night .More

Date of visit: May 2016
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