This is a wonderful restaurant! Charmig decor, friendly and attentive service and delicious food. I had the ravioli with drunken mushrooms and it’s one of the best pasta dishes I ever had.
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We had dinner for two here on a November evening. The menu's promises were not kept once the food arrived. ' Local sausages' were an unimpressive collection of cold meats, and the seafood had very little taste. The pasta dish with butter and fresh sage...More
We randomly chose this place for lunch and were we ever pleased! The tables, chairs, and settings are very eclectic and charming. A fellow diner recommended the fresh tuna which my husband had and pronounced superb. I had a traditional ravioli with a butter and...More
This is one of the stars in the Ortiga firmament - the unusual decor draws comments but it is the food which is the real star here! Lovely service from charming people. An inventive menu - Sicilian Orange salad as a starter perhaps, or a...More
I reserved this restaurant as I wanted to have a great last night meal in Syracuse based on the great reviews here. The setting is beautiful- I love the outdoor tables, romantic hill it was perched on. Loved the table wares and flower arrangement. However...More
I had the meat selection to start and drunk mushroom pasta as main The meats were on the whole nice The pasta was not It was bland I added lots of oil and Parmesan and that helped but the mushrooms were like the toughest stalks...More
My teens and I love the charming, warm vibe of this restaurant, but the food kept us coming back. Our favorite dishes were the orange salad with capers, red onions and mint, the pasta with pomodorini and the swordfish in an almond crust. Delicious! And...More
We had the homemade ravioli and different types of anitipasti, and - was very tasty and delicious. The staff was too busy and seemed stressed, but the owner still took the time to smile and be nice. The decorations is an experience in itself!
Hidden among hectic tourist streams, La Foglia invites you to have a meal in the past but with the head in present. The food is fresh and delicious, with lots of personality put into Italian classics. The dish and silverware are a blast and you...More