I lied it the walls covered with a lot of star photos many of which we didn't know. Service was good and food was also good we just wanted to tick off list but there are so many places to eat in Bologna and no...More
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We had lunch at Trattoria Anna Maria two years ago, and it was outstanding. For this reason, we made a detour to Bologna on this year's trip to Tuscany just to eat here. What a disaster. I ordered lasagna (it was phenomenal in 2015) and...More
Trattoria Anna Maria was recommended to me by one of the owners of Caffetteria Ambaradam, the coffee/sweets/lunch place near where I was staying. When I reported on my visit to Trattoria Anna Maria to them the next day, I learned they had worked there 28...More
Maybe it was a bad night, or maybe this place is highly overrated, or maybe we got the "tourist" food that locals don't get. In one of our last nights in Bologna we came here, so granted we know what the region has to offer....More
If you like your lamb and potatoes deep fried and soaked in grease this will suit you - what a mistake - terrible. Pleasant service though!
Luckily we thought of booking ahead at Trattoria Anna Maria, because it's madly popular -- and with good reason. A bottle of Sangiovese Superiore, a shared tortellini with ragout (usually with tagliatelli but made specially with cheese - stuffed tortellini at our request), grilled pork...More
Showing my dad around the city I used to live in, an Italian friend suggested this place for lunch. I was hesitant because I know it is touristy and in the University area which I generally try to avoid. But wow was this lunch worth...More
After circling near this restaurant for 40 minutes to find a parking spot, the meal was xtremely disapointing. Tagliatelle al ragu , pasta overdone sauce tasteless , tortelloni with Gorgonzola had been sitting for awhile the corners were dried up and there was a very...More
The food was really fresh and hand made, the restuarant was very homely with all the pictures on the walls and drawings etc and the waitors were attentive. It was crowded so I would recommend going early.
We first dined here in the summer of 1996 and have visited it often. Anna Maria was making the pasta herself then. Not any more, but the food is good. We visited for lunch on a Saturday afternoon and it was crowded but we were...More