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Following the sign for Il Grottino di Zio Toto, you feel like you have almost walked down the wrong street and you enter what looks like a private courtyard of an Italian family's home, and indeed, that is what dining at Il Grottino felt like...More
.We had a most memorable and delicious dinner in the little hilltop town of Monte Costello di Vibio.Everything was cooked to perfection.The antipasti was enough for 4 and yet we each were served on.The pasta was just too yummy and the entree was cooked to...More
On tour in Umbria and Monte Castello di Vibio is a mediaeval hill-top town with some stunning views of the surrounding countryside, and was but a short drive from our central location near Todi.
This restaurant was a recommendation but translation difficulties made us to...More
Being our last night in Italy we decided to have our last dinner at this restaurant, for which we were not disappointed. Besides the language barrier, the waiter who served us was excellent. The pizza I ordered was so large I could not finish half...More
We ate here on our first evening and were going to eat there again on our last but unfortunately it is closed on a Monday.
There was no menu but our charming waitress described what was available in very good English.
The food was lovely,...More
Fantastic intimate restaurant in a very picturesque Umbrian town. Massimo and his staff provided excellent service to this non-Italian-speaking family! The food was top notch - both meat and vegetarian dishes. We will go again next time we are in Italy!
We ate at this restaurant twice during our stay in monte Castillo delicious food freshly prepared by Massimo. Massimo has a passion for food which is reflected in the quality of his food and cooking. Service was fist class and the whole restaurant and toilets...More
We were staying nearby and our host recommended this restaurant so we thought we’d try. Our Italian is virtually non existent so decided to email to see if we could get a table for lunch as there were 8 of us with a toddler. Email...More
We happened to be staying in the village so just popped round to book. Google their their website - primarily promoting their cookery school but worth trying the contact point there. Alternatively there is an email... More
We happened to be staying in the village so just popped round to book. Google their their website - primarily promoting their cookery school but worth trying the contact point there. Alternatively there is an email address for them on their page on the EnjoyUmbria website. Apologies TripAdvisor site doesn't allow me to include links.
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