We visited the caves and then went to Da Maria for lunch. The service was excellent as was the food. I enjoyed wild boar and my wife was quite pleased with here pasta with eggplant. Highly recommended.
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Homemade, absolutely delicious Italian fare, the quality of the food and wine were beyond compare, especially for the price they charged. You will need a car to reach this restaurant perched high on a hill, close to the Frassasi Caves, but more than worth the...More
Having taken a wrong turning saw a restaurant and decided to try it. Great choice. Warm welcome excellent food. I had magret de canard with orange and side dish of roquette and potatoes. Wife had same with side dish of bolet mushrooms. Daughter had pork...More
We were staying in a hotel nearby and this delightful little place was suggested to us and thank goodness it was, the sort of place you dream of finding, the most beautiful drive in early evening sunshine to reach it, unassuming from the outside, but...More
Excellent homemade food with local ingredients. Excellent service and ambience, too. Was taken there by a friend who grew up in the area. Homemade pasta with truffle slices, not just bits of truffle. Jim H.
i eat out a lot! This is one of those experiences it will be hard to forget. Nesled in the middle of the Marche region not far from Umbria, on the way from Ancona to Rome, you find a gem of a restaruant. Extensive menu,...More
Following a visit to the nearby Grotto caves we were handed a flyer to this restaurant (and another two, in the car park). So glad to have chosen this lovely hilltop restaurant. Service was excellent as was the food and a meringue dessert to die...More
After a morning at Frasassi caves, we were searching for a restaurant for lunch and everything appeared to be closed. We met a lovely woman in the parking lot who recommended Da Maria and we are so glad we gave it a try. Warm family...More