Friendly staff, mostly Italians eating here which was a good sign. I had the homemade pasta with ricotta, honey and walnuts and it was delicious!
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On a hot night after a long day of sightseeing, we sought a quiet place to have a good meal. Our expectations were exceeded at Ristorante Buca Di San Francesco. Roberto, our elegant, distinguished, server, greeted us immediately, and suggested an exquisite Montefalco Rosso. We...More
If Umbrian tastes sit umperically on your palate, than this delightful eatery located in a cellar beneath an elegant townhouse, is where we recommend you make a bee-line for. The welcoming aromas hit the right note as does the classic elegance. Typical of Umbrian produce...More
The restaurant looked promising from outside. But what a mistake - the first tell-tale sign was the choice of music- pop music played from a radio station that does not complement the ambience of the restaurant. The only thing worth eating was the assorted appetizers....More
This restaurant, not on the tourist drag, is a must if you want a civilised, relaxing meal with fantastic local produce. The restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating, and of note is the outdoor area is well shaded so no issue about getting overheated. The...More
Away from the main Assisi sites but within the city walls is this lovely place serving high-class food traditional to the area. We chose Umbrian bruschetta to begin, followed by cappelletti with ricotta filling, walnuts & honey - as delicious as it sounds. Our meal...More
This is the kind of restaurant that I love to eat. The have a good cuisine, it is not the touristic type, with local food, and very nice atmosphere. Try it!
If you want to try high quality Umbrian food and to sit a very civilised and pleasant environment then this restaurant is a perfect choice. The quality of the service is also exceptional. The staff sincerely want you to experience and enjoy the food they...More