I ordered ravioli with nut sauce and got cheap supermarket pasta, with mixed nuts in cheap oil, no olive oil and fake parmezan cheese. The seafood antipasta was way to salty! The wine was ok, the water as well 😊
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Great place for lunch, even though most tables are outside it's in a cool corner. We all had seafood and all ( mixed fried seafood, swordfish and grilled octopus) were excellent. We saw the seafood risotto on another table and it looked fabulous too.
It was a recommended ristorante in the Rick Steves book on the Cinque Terre. We were not disappointed. It's almost as if you are sitting in a alleyway but this just adds to the charm of the region. Everything was fresh and delicious. Wait staff...More
This place was right next to our B&B, so on a windy and cold night, our best bet is to go to this little gem. It was introduced in Rick Steve's book about its Seafood Risotto so we ordered that. OMG, the risotto was serving...More
We had a delicious dinner here in a very local Italian restaurant. Value is good and wine is comparatively cheap to other restaurants. The seafood spaghetti was awesome and so was the pesto spaghetti. 2013 Cinque Terre wine in the tall slim bottle is really...More
When we travel we have a strict rule about not eating on the main streets or near the attractions. We walk away from the crowds and explore the side streets. We have never had a bad experience turning left or right. Incadase da Piva proved...More
This restaurant doesn't open until 7pm, no big surprise considering this is Italy. Lots of other restaurants in the area are open earlier. For one of our 5 nights in Vernazza we decided to wait and have dinner in this tucked-away spot. We were happy...More