Excellent lunch with close friends. A hot summer day in Umbria. Fresh local food, I had a delicious salad, the melon was sweet and ripe. They had pasta, looked amazing.
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We attended this restaurant after a recommendation. All the food was tasty especially the Lamb chops. Service was excellent and we thought it was good value for money. Set in a very nice town not far from where we were staying. Would definitely go back...More
Brisk and friendly service from an all-female crack team; an excellent menu with one of the best antipasto mixed starters we've ever come across (from bruschetta and mini bacon and eggs to barley salad and great cheeses) and a superb range of pasta and meat...More
A lovely restaurant with a contemporary yet cosy feel. Really warm and friendly staff happy to help with the menu. Huge antipastiso be careful. Great veal and beef dishes. Have not felt so welcome in a place for a long while. Well done staff and...More
The food was fantastic. Pasta was delicious, and the beef was seriously tender. But best of all was the homemade bread. Menu is in Italian only, but the Front of House was more than happy to translate every item on the menu. So, great food,...More
We eat at this restaurant every time we are in town (once of twice a year). Menu changes regularly - majority of the guests are locals and the chef caters to their tastes and needs for variety. Always fresh and homemade products (pasta, sauces). Menu...More
Not that busy to start with but filled up quickly. Not a massive choice but adequate. Red onion soup which was very thick but tasted really good and their antipasti to start which was a little all over the place but on the whole good....More
We've eaten here several times over the past five years and always had a successful evening. This latest visit was no exception. Situated in a quiet corner beneath the beautiful round bell tower of the Cathedral, L'Accademia feels authentic in its ambience and in its...More
More contemporary than other restaurants in town and very posh so dress well! Good menu and some slightly different dishes, good atmosphere and lovely venue, you can sit upstairs in a romantic mezzanine type area. Delicious food!
This is a rather quaint little restaurant tucked away in the back streets behind the Duoma in the City, we passed it a number of times and it always closed then we found it open and booked in. Seated in side it can get a...More