We never expected to find such wonderful Italian cuisine in the small Bavarian city of Coburg. I saw a sign pointing to it at the corner of the famous Apothek on the main square and decided to investigate. You could easily miss it, so standing in the town square, face the centuries old Apothek and go down the street to the right of it. Dal Passacore is on the left-hand side.
It's a small restaurant with take-out also available. From the long menu we ordered Antipasto Rustico which turned out to be roasted vegetables and other vegetarian goodies. Just delicious as a starter. I followed with Scaloppina al Limone and the veal was good and a good-sized portion but good, not great. My husband had the Calamari al Pomodoro with pasta but he found the calamari to soft and mushy for his taste and left it. For dessert, we shared a Tartufo that melted in our mouths! Fantastic! The total with 2 glasses of wine and water was 55.50 euros.
Despite the disappointment with the calamari, we thought the rest of the meal so good that we went back the following night. They were surprised to see us, particularly since my husband had left so much of his main course. The second night we we shared an Insalata Mista and a Pizza Capricciosa. Both were wonderful. And of course we had to have the Tartufo again. With two glasses of wine and a bottle of water, the total came to under 29 euros.
Staff is friendly and efficient. A nice neighborhood restaurant and there were clearly regulars. I'd go weekly if I had this restaurant near me!
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