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My friend and I ate here last Friday night after another popular restaurant in town was all booked up. Our waitress spoke English well but service wasn’t great: we had to wait a while for her to arrive and during our meal had trouble grabbing...More
My wife and I love this restaurant,
they adaptate the menu to suit my wife dietary needs
we are all way made to feel really welcome and looked after
great restaurant and delicious food,
a must visit while in Perugia
We had lunch at Il Cantinone were I had vegetables of the day (fried chicory) and sliced beef and my husband pizza with four types of cheeses.
I asked for medium but received a beef being well done so send it back. The kitchen returned...More
Wonderful quiet place in the Perugia city center. Very nice outdoor seating. Well prepared Italian food and kind service. The red wine called L'Arringatore was excellent. Some very original antipasti: pecorino soufflé with red onion and ricotta cheesecake with baked cherry tomatoes and basil.
Busy restaurant in old town with patio dining and interior with barrel ceilings and exposed brick. Typical Umbrian cuisine reasonably priced. We tried the cheese soufflé with caramelised onions to start followed by a delicious stew and steak with juniper berries. The food and service...More
We've been coming to Perugia for the last 6 years and eaten here every year. Service is consistently wonderful and the food is amazing. It's tucked away off the main square and well worth finding. We shared a platter of meats and cheeses along with...More
Tucked in the corner of Piazza IV Novembri, this restaurant served very delicious typical Umbrian food. We had fusili with Norcian sausage and lamb chops and they were cooked to perfection!
The staff were friendly and delivered very prompt service. We arrived after 9 PM...More
I’ve never eaten anything like the pesto that’s made and served here. The pesto has thyme, marjoram, basil, hazelnuts with walnuts crumbled on top. No garlic or cheese. The umbracelli pasta ( similar to spaghetti) is tossed with the pesto and it’s something that’s difficult...More
I loved this restaurant mainly because of the atmosphere. We stayed in a VRBO nearby, and wandered to Il Cantinone for a very late night dinner. It's pretty unassuming, but once you walk down the steps to go inside, you feel as though you've stepped...More