Very nice service! Love the bread on the table. 😂 Great Pasta, very traditional Trieste style! Atmosphere was nice.
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We simply chanced on this Osteria, walking past, and when we arrived it was quite empty. Within 15 minutes it had filled completely. Lots of office workers and locals, only one other tourist table as far as we could tell. Lovely freshly made dishes, enormous...More
After train from Venice and while waiting for bus to Rovinj, we had a wonderful lunch here. The service was outstanding and the food exceptional. After traveling through Sicily, Bologna, and Venice the past 3 weeks this is the best meal we have experienced so...More
We grabbed a late table around 9.15pm and the restaurant was packed (a good first sign) and had a warm cosy atmosphere. We ordered a 1/2 carafe of white wine and settled into reading the menu. With starters at €8-10 and pastas or mains at...More
I ate tasty lasagne for starter and for main course something with potatoes, looked like fishballs. It was too much for lunch. The house white wine was excellent. The atmosphere was lovely. Nice artworks on the walls.
really friendly staff and really authentic food and lots that is gluten free. Nice little extras that were free.
A pretty typical Italian restaurant with nice plates. But that's not the reason I wrote this review. I wrote it to recommend the 'pasta con gallina'
Italy food from the best side. It’s not about special ingredients, amazing view - it’s about taste. You get the best meat, the best pasta, or simply the best bread with olive oil. That place serves true Italian food. Without any suggestions our table lady...More
Definitely go here - suitable for meat eaters, vegans, wine-lovers, the lot. 10 of us showed up, no reservation, about an hour and a half before closing. We sat and were served the most delicious food. The waitress was incredibly helpful, translating most of the...More
After a couple of hours searching, in crowded Trieste, for a restaurant which offered something more than the single vegetarian option of a caprese salad, and preferably a restaurant which wasn’t on the hot and dusty streets crammed to the gills with cruise passengers sporting...More