It is a small, simple, but excelent ristorante in Bologna. Very cozy place with delicious good, at a good price.
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It was a wonderful coincidence we have, Me and my wife accidentally saw this place and just followed the suggestions of the ladies working there. Food: 10/10 Kindness: 10/10 Price: not enough for this quality Especially desert and white vine(local) were perfect Strongly suggested :)
This is a small, intimate restaurant that serves excellent Roman food. While this may seem strange if one is in Bologna, the experience is really good, with outstanding food and great service. However, the number of tables is limited so remember to make a reservation.
This is an unexpectedly good restaurant. It is very small with outdoor seating, but some wonderful dishes and very good servers.
Roman dishes in Bologna. Great appetizers: try the codfish balls. Excellent first courses: spaghetti with cheese and pepper. Excellent vegetables: fried artichokes "alla romana" and chicory with anchovies. Rich wine list, very professional and friendly service. The tables are few and the restaurant always full,...More
I had a very beautiful evening with 3 friends at quanto basta. At the far and quiet end of via del pratello, quanto basta is a small and beautiful place. Cacio e Pepe, arrosticini with aioli and baccala as an entree was a great and...More
I was told that this incredibly popular roman restaurant is always fully booked, but I was lucky enough to find a table for four straight away. The atmosphere is very pleasant, relaxed and sophisticated at the same time, and if you book well in advance...More
I went here for my last dinner before l left Bologna and it was amazing! The panzanella was so flavourful and I had the rigatoni alla amatriciana for my entree and it was delicious. The dessert was light and sweet. The servers were very friendly...More
We were a group of ten, half of us not speaking fluent Italian, but we were very kindly and patiently welcome; the food was really good, the fried "things" amazing it's hard to find so good even in Rome (maybe just having some more or...More