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Approached an empty table, asked if it is free, got asked to wait. Allright.
Then Watched a female customer to get forced to move to this empty table. She was not happy to move. Allright. Ok, he must have his system then.
Then watching the...guy serving other femal customers arriving after us, happily giving them a place outside.
then told us everything is occopuied. Seriously? He boy, Is this your job or ur dating plattform? 😃More
Very nice place with several choices of small dishes and drinks by the glass. Super friendly staff. The parmigiana was great, but the lasagna may have not been the best one I’ve ever had. I would definitely come back for apero and some food in...the future.More
Excellent and cozy osteria at corso porta Borsari. We tried at Sunday night but was full inside and outside. So made a reservation for the next day. The Buglioni wines are of high quality. The food is very good and the menu changes almost every...day. The waiters are professional and charming. Bugiardo is a place value for money!! Grazie per tutti. Fino alla prossima volta!!!More
We just love this wine bar, always busy, wonderful staff, great wine and interesting food. You must arrive early for lunch - but hey that's a treat. To 'snuggle' in here on a cold rainy day or to enjoy a glass or two at the...outside bar on a sunny day in the summer is just bliss !More
Cozy bistrot in the heart of Verona.
Showed up around 3pm (probably not the busiest time) and took 5 mins to get two stools. I can imagine it to be messy at noon. Anyway...
Everything very tasty and good care by the personnel.
Got 3...warm entrees, 1 pasta, 1 small cotechino and 1 small polenta. 2 glasses of wine, coffee and sbrisolona as dessert: 48€ in two.
More than reasonable for Verona's standard price-wise.
Well recommended if you feel like queueing up a bitMore
Stopped in here for Saturday lunch based on recommendation from walking tour guide and had a great meal. The place is small, was jam packed and most of the people were locals (or at least the waiters seemed to know everyone's name). Had to wait...for a couple of minutes but seats opened up. Waiter was friendly, explained the menu in English and the food came quickly. Excellent pasta special with bacon/tomato sauce, melt in your mouth burrata with ham and a cheese plate. Also had an amazing glass of their house Amarone. If I lived in Verona I would be here all the time - but it is not the place if you want a long, quiet meal. I did admire how good natured the wait staff was, because they are really scrambling and dodging around people in a small space - I would thank them for being so patient. Highly recommended if you want to enjoy excellent food in an authentic local place.More