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I found a long black hair in my mouth when having my pasta. Ok it can happen but the way the owner dealt with it was terrible. With no excuses whatsover he offered to remove the price of the wine (about 6 euro) from the...More
Good quality of food and nice staff. Nice place to sit outside in the backyard, next to the pool of the hotel. We had a four course dunner; all of the courses were good. They served a very pleasant Verdichio with IT.
We had a disappointing family dinner there - average pizzas (with a regional twist) for my wife and me and hugely overpriced kids' meals. We asked for some wurstel (not on the menu) and fries to share between our little ones but the food wasn't...More
We arrived here too late to have a cooked breakfast so opted for coffees and pastries. Having ordered at the bar we walked to the covered verandah and decided to sit at one of the tables there, whilst the local patrons were chatting and reading...More
We went here for lunch, the waitress was very attentive and provided our toddler with a toy. Food was decent, i had the tartufo pasta, ok, maybe too much of bread crust.
price a bit steep, i do not understand the 2 euro coperto for...More
We had diner on a quiet Wednesday evening although alread in July. Although apparently not a hot spot - there were only 2 other tables occupied - the quality of the pizze was good with a thin crispy bottom and lots of italian food on...More
Mondavio with it's impressive fortress is a lovely side trip if you're touring the Marche region. La Palomba is a hotel restaurant that I found in Fred Plotkin's culinary guide to Italy and it didn't disappoint. First of all, there were only locals in the...More