We took a day trip to Gravedona from Colico and arrived here shortly after opening, after a day of rain .... there were plastic tables outside, but as these were wet they were seating people inside .... whilst there were 3 tables out of about 15 occupied, we were shown through to the back area, next to the kitchen where there were around 4 tables .... was ok, but a bit dingy and 'out the way' --- I asked if we could sit in the main restaurant to look out the front, but they were reserved --- granted there were reserved signs on a LOT of the tables .... and I'm just not sure if they were reserved, or 'being held' for select people ..... did get that impression, but hey I'm not using a crystal ball!!
Family of 4 with a 10 and 14 years old, ordered 2 soft drinks, 4 pizzas and litre of house white ..... the wine arrived and I could see a lot of 'bubbles' in it .... almost prosecco like ... I tried the wine and there was definitely a 'fizz' to it .... I questioned the waiter with my litmied Italian !! "Frizzanti" ?! To which he was replying no ..... a second waiter came and said it was just how it was stored, due 'to pressure' ..... the fizz was only visible not actually in the taste ...... short of saying 'It is fizzy try it!" I said it wasn't for us and could we change it for the house red ........ they did so, and this was ok!
Pizza's were great - well cooked and tasty.
The girls had a mango sorbet, and we ordered a tiramisu which my wife loved.
Overall 2 bottles water, coke, apple juice, litre house red, 4 pizza's and the desserts above the bill was €65 so all in all not a bad price - think if the sun was out and we could sit outside would have made the experience even better, but not their fault!