We booked a table at this restaurant via Trip Advisor. When we arrived, we found the business to be closed. As if to confirm the point, newspaper was taped to the inside of the windows and the outside of the building had a general air...More
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We went to this restaurant after spending day in Milan Dumo. It was chilly that evening and this restaurant is quite a walk from there. Also, for some reason wasn't easy to find as we were using TripAdvisor City guide and using Point ME THERE...More
This small restaurant is located in a quite spot fairly close to the center of town. It has a nice ambience, the staff were pleasant, and the house wine good. Unfortunately we felt the place was let down by very ordinary food – the pasta...More
I made a last minute reservation on Facebook and lucky to have a table. the rest. was small & cute place. service was good, english was spoken. pasta and wine were delicious but tiramisu was ordinary.
I traveled to 3 cities in Italy business and stumbled upon Cavabuscion on the last night of my trip. After pizza and paninis for several days, it was time for a splurge, and this restaurant was well worth it. I ordered a sort of pumpkin...More
The boss recommended the most expansive wine and then the Tiramisu....With dry biscuit and no Mascarpone. We took both an ossobucco on his recommendation as well...average would be generous given the pot piece of veal meat and the presentation in the plate.
This small restaurant was down the street from our hotel. Wonderful food, friendly, efficient service. English is spoken. Great wine selection! Locals and tourists ate here. Reservations are needed on the weekend.
The food wasn't great, caprese salad had mozzarella made in a rubber plant, the pasta course tasted like noodles soaked in hot sauce and the bean soup would benefit from being much hotter than tepid. 31€ for one of each of those, the ambience is...More
This place offers a great variety of choices: appetizers, first courses, meat and fish, great desserts and a broad list of wines. People are nice, the environment is light and warm.
Decent place, but nothing that you will remember for a long time. Just about enough vegetarian dishes. We were given a handful of choices - coz a more extensive menu is for dinner but not for lunch. We had a spaghetti pasta, which was fine....More