Had an excellent lunch here, best of 4 meals out over the weekend. If it's on the menu have the slow roasted lamb - amazing.
This is the kind of restaurant that would have been principally for businessmen until recently. With the enduring recession foreign tourists are picking up the slack. The food remains serious and the service charming.
I picked this on the strength of Trip Advisor reviews and was pleased. The service and food were good and there was a good atmoshpere. Just two reservations: If you arrive for an early booking it is not obvious that you need to go in via the sister establishment next door. Also the tables are quite close together. This only... More
Well located in the heart of Bologna this small trattoria is divine. You need reservations and must ring the bell to enter. When you do you are treated with TLC. Great wines, and a marvelous selection of food. Pastas naturally, but try the lamb, the sirloin and the fish. They are all marvelous. Plan on at least 2 - 3... More
I found this place in an Italian food guide. The review promised a lot and it delivered handsomely. The bread basket contained a mix of styles, but was nothing out of the ordinary. However, from this point on, everything was spectacular. The mixed salami plate, with the ubiquitous mortadella and prosciutto, alongside a delicious artisan salami and brawn - was... More
I had lunch here today and I was beyond pleased with everything. The service was friendly and gracious (and understanding of my un po italiano). The food was simple, clean and vibrant with flavor. I had a salad that was devine with rucola, porcini mushrooms, a tiny bit of celery and parmegiano. Then, an amazing pasta with tiny meatballs (polpettine... More
Caminetto d'Oro is a small restaurant owned by the Carati Family. Mrs. Maria stays in the kitchen, her husband does hand-made pasta and their son Paolo welcomes the customers. If you like creative cuisine, this is not your place, but if you love exquisite dishes made with exceptional products, do not miss Caminetto D'Oro. "Bollito misto" and "Polpettone" are some... More
Came here on recommendation of our hotel. Very unprepossessing on the outside, made more so by local building works and scaffolding. Staff are friendly, and most have some English. Menu interesting ( try the tortellini in chicken broth, just the ticket if, like me, you've somewhat over eaten in this wonderful city!) spouse had fried quail eggs with white truffle... More
A plate of parma ham, mortadella and beef with crunchy pickled veg to start was lovely. The lamb cutlet was impressive for main and could have been cut with a spoon. And the panna cotta with passion fruit was very nice indeed! good service throughout. The experience was slightly marred by a group on another table playing videos on their... More
Restaurant has a nice setting, but the food was certainly below par, and the service indifferent. Food was nicely presented, pretentious, without accompanying vegetables or the like. The beef tartar amounted to a dollop of ground beef with a salad leafy on top... no onion, capers or egg... Most of the 8 members of our group grumbled, and opted not... More
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