The lasagna was good, the gnocchi ok. Bruschetta was £13 for two serves; pasta €24 for both dishes; was charged £4 for service and bread we didn’t order or eat, but I think you get it anyway (don’t speak Italian, so couldn’t check).
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We nearly missed out on this as it wasn't obvious that the restaurant was open. As everything else in Corciano was closed, we double checked, pushed the door, lo and behold it was indeed open for lunch! The waiter seemed a little surprised to see...More
A group of 38 of us had dinner at Il Convento, a renovated convent! We had an excellent meal from the first course until last! The service was outstanding, the atmosphere was beautiful! I would highly recommend this restaurant in a beautiful old village!
What a nice way to end the day : yummy homemade pasta in a quiet garden. Nevertheless I was a bit put out by the waitress, who was quite unfriendly. We certainly were not made welcome. I first thought that maybe we were too casual...More
The atmosphere on the terras made the evening. It was a bit crowded, but truly Italian in a lovely village. The service and food was okay.
We can always rely on having an adequate traditional Umbrian meal at lunchtime here. The garden is cool and shady, with lovely planting. The antipasti and pasta courses were good. The meat a little disappointing, pork rather overdone and dry/tough, coating on the escalope damp...More
Staying in Corciano we celebrated my wife's birthday with dinner in il Convento. It was a warm summer evening so we dined in the beautiful garden. The food is typical umbrian. As starter we had a selection of antipasti and a plate with salami, airdroid...More
Wow! This was the best meal we have had in Italy! We stumbled on this little gem of a restaurant in the historic village of Corciano outside of Perugia! We are so glad we did....everything about this dinner was spectacular! We were seated at a...More
We had wonderful food and service here and the place was not at all busy (late September). The most memorable dish was risotto made with the local Sagrantino red wine, porcini mushrooms, and topped with shaved black truffles. So delicious! it was one of our...More