Good local cooking and very nice people. A good place to go after a long day of walk in the Ampezzo area.
1 - 10 of 36 reviews
This restaurant showed a lot of promise as there were a number of, what appeared to be, locals inside. That promise quickly evaporated as we waited for someone to bring us menus and ask if we wanted water, notwithstanding someone came to clear the table...More
Mi permetto di ricordare che a Cortina è alta stagione e tutti i ristoranti sono pieni e l'attesa è normale....More
Visited twice this holiday for the smoked Pork and sauerkraut. Both times we arrived at 6.30 opening time and by the time we left the restaurant was busy. The atmosphere is very relaxed and the staff speak English and encouraged me to use my limited...More
Grilled cheese with polenta, tagliatelle with funghi porcini and sauerkraut made for a tasty lunch on this extremely cold January day. Pity for a rather indifferent service, with a waiter who systematically served us after the people at the two nearby tables, who had arrived...More
Ordered a 1 kg T bone. Waiter came out showing us a 1.1 kg steak. After waiting for 45 min, four tables that came in after us had been served (steaks and other food) we asked where ours was. We were told ours was thicker...More
This was the only restaurant that we visited that had a daily soup and pasta special that changed. We went twice due to the good pizza and daily pasta and soups - friendly service and similar if not cheaper than restaurants on the strip.
We have eaten here before when staying in Cortina. The menu offers pizza, pasta dishes, salads and other mains including sausages, pork chops etc. The wine can be bought by the glass, quarter and half litre. We arrived for 7pm and the restaurant soon fills...More
We just wanted some pizza and salad and found this nice restaurant open in the off season. Pizza was excellent. Caprese salad and soup very good, too. Had some Prosecco and beer- reasonably priced and nice bread selection too. Good service.