Home made regional favorites always worth a stop. Great prices and friendly service. Make sure to get the frito misti.
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Having been to see the necropolis in Sutri, we walked into the historical city. This restaurant was located in the square. The food was very nice and the staff were very polite and friendly
We enjoyed aperitif in the piazza at another little bar at 6.30pm before eating at Trattoria La Sfera d'Oro We shared a pasta with rabbit sauce for entree and an excellent Guinnea Fowl was very good whilst my main of saltimbocca (pan fried slices of...More
We didn't know of any good restaurants in Sutri, so we took a look on the net and after reading excellent reviews booked for the following day. The place is quite big and the staff that day were agreeable and quite efficient. But my husband...More
We ate at this restaurant on the recommendation of our hosts at a nearby hotel, and had a pleasant evening sitting in the square, listening to the very loud clock striking the hours (and the halves and quarters!) and watching the world go by.The atmosphere,...More
It took me a while to decide between four and three stars. I have chosen four as a whole but the right score would be something in between. The goods: a menu of simple, traditional recipes. Local products. Fair price. The bads: not all dishes...More
This small, seemingly family run restaurant in the lovely main square was where we had a nice lunch after visiting the nearby ruins. Great antipasta, and lovely pasta. House wine most acceptable.
Eat outdoors if possible, though the inside looks like a classic Italian restaurant from another era. Good, but not great food. One of their specialties is the mushroom soup--sort of like a mushroom riboletta. Great location in Sutri.
Sutri is a true surprise itself, even more this cosy traditional osteria. Food is delicious and homey with fresh excellent ingredients and all the longing and satisfaction of great food. The atmosphere is from a godfather movie, same as the customers, all of them locals...More
We had Sunday lunch here after a visit to the Etruscan remains and the wonderful Roman amphitheatre on the via Cassia just outside the gates of Sutri. The amphitheatre alone is well worth stopping for - carved out of the tufo in a beautiful elliptic...More