How can I describe the delectable mountain of seafood that appeared in front of me? Many thanks to the great cook Sergio and everyone at Due Palme for such an excellent lunch!!
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I went for vacation already to so many places in Italy because I'm already 50 years old and have seen so many places: Garda Lake, Verona, Milano, Roma, Napoli, Sicilia, Sardegna, Siena, Pisa, Firenze, Venice, Viareggio, etc. Today I was for the first time in...More
We had Pasta Carbonara, Pizza Diavolo, cheeseburger and fish sticks. For the first time in Italy we got a pre-baked pizza-bun. The food wasn't memorable or tasty. I enjoyed the coffee and my caramel cream. We had an issue with getting pasta instead of fries...More
I'm a student in Udine and sometimes I go here for lunch. For students who have school also in the afternoon, there is a special lunch-menu with lower prices (also with gluten free products). In this case the service is a bit faster during the...More
Dinner with friends, when back in town Le Due Palme is always a safe bet. We booked hours in advance as usually the place is packed for dinner and managed to get a table outside (on the street). If you like the AirCon sitting inside...More
It is slightly away from the town centre, and if you do not know where it is, it can be difficult to find. It is worth looking for though. The restaurant is long and narrow and has been decorated to look like the inside of...More
This restaurant belongs to the same hotel where we stayed. I was quite surprised to see such a great menu and actually more surprised to see that the dishes were quite good in fact. Prices are average, but like I said, restaurant is worth a...More
On Friday night we went to this place for dinner. We all had the Antipasto di mare and it was superb, portions are huge and excellent quality. Want to try their pizza next as it looked really good.
Got here at 7.30 pm with no reservation on a Saturday night and although the place was busy we got a table for 7 people. Not the best seats as people were constantly passing by our table to go to the downstairs seating though. The...More