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My favorite Italian restaurant in Oslo by far. Real Italian food and an amazing wine list! Me and my boyfriend used to come here many times when we lived in Oslo. I’m looking forward already to my next visit!
Was here with a friend. We have travelled to Italy together and this brought us right back! Homemade pasta made by small Italian women, fun and enthusiastic service. Delicious antipasto and great selection of Italian wine. They even produce their own olive oil in Italy,...it is soo good. Perfect place to pretend you're in Italy for an evening when you can't leave the country.More
Date of visit: October 2020
sandrop576, Eier at Vineria Ventidue, responded to this reviewResponded 29 October 2020
A perfect place for all of us that loves Italian food, wine and the feeling of Italy. The service was great and smooth. We had a pasta dish and a pizza, both perfectly "Italian", wine is fair priced if you compare to other restaurants in...Oslo. This was a warm experience on a rainy day in Oslo.More
Date of visit: October 2020
sandrop576, Eier at Vineria Ventidue, responded to this reviewResponded 7 October 2020
This restaurant has everything! The food, the atmosphere, the nice staff! I truly recommend this restaurant if you want a true Italian food experience! I especially applaud the waiters, they were fantastic! I recommend everyone to try the tiramisu, it was really good!
Date of visit: September 2020
sandrop576, Eier at Vineria Ventidue, responded to this reviewResponded 9 September 2020
At last I found a real Italian restaurant in near location from my home. And what a delight. I have really missed a Italian restaurant that takes italian food seriously and serve it in a way that you feel that you are sitting in a...street close to Piaza Maggiore in Bologna or another place in Italy where my heart is. Feeling the nice atmosphere, eating great food and drinking good wine. I just love it and I am looking very much forward to be back soon :)More
Date of visit: August 2019
sandrop576, Eier at Vineria Ventidue, responded to this reviewResponded 16 July 2020
Thank you so much for your kind words. Make us happy and proud!
Food quality below average, bad service and expensive.
After having looked forward to this visit for quite some time we met for our reservation on time, we were given a choice of sitting at the bar or side by side in the window. When considering...a table next to the toilets opened up and we took that table instead. As we sat down we got a question if we wanted to move outside if a table opened up, which we wanted to do. We got a jumbled up menu (which we had to share) and a messy wine list. After getting the menu we had to wait a long time without getting offered to order drinks or anything, the staff seemed most interested in talking among themselves. The menu also does not correspond to the one at the website, which were very disappointing as the dishes we wanted to try did not exist on this menu. So before we got the food we almost walked out the door, but thought that some good food might save the night. Recieving the food did nothing to improve the mood, as the quality was low. The pasta were bland, drowned in oil, and the vegetables didn't taste fresh. We were so disappointed that we decided to skip dessert.
After declining to order dessert we finally got a table outside, although many that arrived after us got a table outside before us.More
We were at Vineria Ventidue today and I had to let other vegetarians know what a great place this is for lunch - the omelette on the lunch menu is absolutely delicious and so filling! I have eaten here many times over the last couple...of years and they consistently serve the best fresh pasta in the city. The service is friendly and quick. We visit Vineria Ventidue whenever we want to have a date in a cosy and relaxed atmosphere.More
Date of visit: June 2020
sandrop576, Eier at Vineria Ventidue, responded to this reviewResponded 25 June 2020