Great restaurant with lovely stuff very near piazza vecchia. The food was delicious, from the starters to the desert. We enjoyed every bite!
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This is a great place for a casual lunch or dinner. The terraces are beautiful and the food is excellent. I cannot stress enough how absolutely clean this place is, it is old, which makes it a lot harder to keep clean but honestly, you...More
Meat and cheese platter is excellent and a must have - it also comes with some great pickles in olive oil. We also had an osso buco with polenta that was really good.The house wine (the red one) is excellent. Location (the garden especially) is...More
I would usually be wary of restaurants right on the square but this was recommended to us. We sat outside at the back in a covered courtyard. The service was great and the waiters were polite and friendly. It was a chilly evening so I...More
Tasty pasta (ravioli and risotto), nice atmosphere and friendly waitress. A good place to eat for the family. A good point is that they have the menu translated in Spanish, which unfortunately it's not very frequent in Italy, so it was very valuable
We ate here 3 nights while staying in Citta Alta Bergamo. The sevice was fantastic and the menu was italian. I ate Rabbit and Goat and my family had Veal, pizza, soup, ravioli, risotto etc. All recommended by the staff. There was a relaxed atmosphere...More
Went here with my teenaged kids for late dinner. Food was very decent, staff were friendly, prices very reasonably considering the restaurant's location right on Piazza Vecchia.
Found this restaurant on our last night in Italy and so glad we did. It has a lovely covered outdoor patio where we were as well as quite a large indoor dining area. Both the starter and main course were very good and the IL...More
Having passed it a few times, we decided to pop in and book a table. Very friendly, staff are unobtrusive but super-efficient, and the food was great. I wanted to try one of the local dishes, casoncelli, and it didn't disappoint. The secundo, rabbit, was...More