A welcome place with great authentic food - ask for the specials of the day! You will get all the stories told with gusto
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We returned to this restaurant to find that it is now run by just one young owner and his family but we weren't disappointed. The menu is really interesting and because it changes so often we can keep going back! Their specials are just great....More
Very nice daily specialties. Very friendly service. Nice locationand good affordable wines. Ask for the specials, just great.
I've had the opportunity to eat here twice; 2012 and 2015. This is my grandparents' birthplace and being able to visit here was a opportunity of a lifetime! And every time I visit, I make it a point to have dinner at Piazza Grande! My...More
The restaurant has recently changed ownership. It is now run by two young, local chefs and their menu is very creative. It still contains typical Umbrian dishes but with flair. The service is helpful and friendly and we wouldn't hesitate to return.
Nocera Umbra has little to do, as its still rebuilding after the big earthquake. One little reason to go is this restaurant. Small and family run, the steak in local wine is fantastic
I had no clue of what i was in for when I walked in. The owner greeted me at the door and even moved "his" car to accommodate mine in this beautiful, medieval tiny square on top of Nocera Umbra. The appetizer even included a...More
Our expectations were high given the high scores at Tripadvisor, but the food itself was average at best. The antipasti looked better than the actual taste of it. The assortments of ham, cheese and fried vegetables did not exceed the 'supermarket' quality. Main course was...More
Some chefs know exactly how to cook simple meat dishes so that they turn out superbly every time. This is the case with La Piazza Grande - if you can call a large fillet steak cooked in fresh Umbrian truffles simple. Try also the tagliata...More
Date of Visit: November 28, 2011 While staying in Spello we tried to eat in a small place in Valtopina which happened to be closed on Monday. Rather than return to Spello we ventured up the road and promised to turn around if we found...More