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A very nice place, elegant but also informal. Service was very nice and friendly. We tried several dishes, all were interesting and tasty. Mixed appetizers were intriguing. And the price was correct and proportional to the offer.
Riccucci is an excellent restaurant with great staff. We were here 3 years ago and looked forward to returning, anxious to find out if they were still as good as we remembered. And they were!! They even recognised us. The food is amazing, many local...dishes and wines, the staff incredibly attentive and the views.... the best in the region. A special compliment to Guilia who took the time to tell us more about the Le Marche region outside of the summer season. Riccucci is worth the wait and the trip! We will definitively be back.More
One of the best lunches ever. The restaurant is in a lovely room, part of the beautifully restored palazzo in the centre of the old town. The service was great, there are fantastic views and the food was simply delicious. We were a group of...four and everybody was delighted.More
We have been visiting Montappone for the last 15 years to eat the delicious pizzas at La Caravana which is owned by the same family but only discovered Palazzo Riccucci this year. We visited in April and September and will be going back next month...too! It really is quite different to a lot of the restaurants in this region of Le Marche. We found the staff very friendly and after choosing the tasting menu the waiter and waitress were very informative, explaining how each dish had been prepared, the ingredients and suggested wines (from a list of probably 100) that would match our budget and taste. It is a quiet restaurant, elegantly decorated, smart linens, crockery and cutlery and no TV on in the corner! It could do with better signposting because it is perched on the top of a hill but the far reaching views are spectacular. Would definitely recommend.More
We went for lunch and weren't disappointed! The was fantastic, particularly the antipasti, as was the service. We had an 11 month old with us and they didn't mind at all, granted she was pretty well behaved, but it is more of a "grown up"...restaurant. Would go again in a heart beat!More
In an area that specializes more in casual trattorias-- traditional food in simple settings-- Palazzo Riccucci is a real find. The setting is striking both inside and out-- a lovely terrace that overlooks both the countryside and a dramatic pool, or an elegant interior with...vaulted ceilings and a top-notch restoration. Even better, the food is outstanding-- nothing too fussy, but with clever twists on traditional marchegggiano favorites like olive ascolana. The service is elegant but friendly, and every aspect of the experience is perfectly executed. It makes for a special, unforgettable evening.More
We visited Palazzo Riccucci three times in two weeks and it was excellent on all visits. The staff is very nice and very competent. They have an excellent local wine list with very fair prices. Their menu has many things to choose from, for us...the tartare vitello, the tagliata and the quail stood out. Their desserts are very tasty as well. But their unique selling point is the view, it is the best we've seen, absolutely stunning. Go to Riccucci!More
We went as a family, the service was brilliant and translated much of the menu for us, they were also lovely to our children. The food was delicious, we had antipasti, steak on with herbs and one with blackberries which were both delicious and dessert...was chocolate mousse and chocolate bombs. All mouth watering. Price not bad for the type of restaurant it is. The views/sunset on the terrace can not be missed.More