Standard food with limited quantity and high prices. A touristic choice in central Assisi area. Very slow service.
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Selected this restaurant because of the good reviews, but I was quite disappointed. I arrived shortly after they opened on a Wednesday evening and there was only one other person there. I had to wait about five minutes before anyone came out to show me...More
Very good traditional Italian dishes. Well priced. We started with an antipasto plate of meat and cheeses. The meat and cheese were wonderful and served with honey and jam. The pasta was very good and the sausage plate very nicely cooked. Good service. A little...More
We saw this restaurant about a city block from Cecco and decided to give it a try about 9PM on a weekday. It is certainly off the beaten path to the city center. There was only one other table of diners present when we entered....More
Located just opposite the St.Pietro Church in a quiet street, this small restaurant serves the most delicious panini caldo (warm sandwiches) which are excellent for a light lunch. You can't find them on the menu, but just ask, because they make them while you wait,...More
And I spent 18 days in Assisi, The first time my group leader brought me here saying she's been in numerous times and it was one of her favorite restaurants in Assisi. She didn't exaggerated it was amazing the six of us loved it.after that...More
The restaurant seems a bit picturesque, but with a good cuisine. The service is good and fast and they also have a meal deal that is enough for lunch or dinner. Pay attention to the opening times and enjoy it.
The place is cozy and folkloristic, the staff is friendly and ready to accomodate your requests. The owner and chef, Simone, is always happy and funny and his characteristic "fire" bandana is in line with his service: he'll cook you a hell of a dinner!...More
We had a really lovely meal here. The staff were attentive and very friendly. We went for the chef's four course set meal and would thoroughly recommend, although would also recommend a slow walk back to your hotel due to feeling completely full! The prosecco...More