We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Ratings and reviews



$24 - $60
Drinks, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Reviews (1,341)
Filter reviews
95 results
Traveler rating
Traveler type
Time of year
More languages
Traveler rating
See what travelers are saying:
Selected filters
Updating list...
Reviewed August 14, 2018 via mobile

Really great restaurant with fantastic food. Specialist for very good prosciuto and salami. But they have also fantastic pasta and risoto. In automn and winter take the risoto al amarone !! Great ! We were 2 times there and both times were perfect !!! One...of the best ambassador of italian food !More

Date of visit: August 2018
Reviewed May 27, 2018

everything was excellent and the service was super. Well done. try and sit at the bar and try all the different cuts of ham and meats... a goo place to gain some meat culture!

Date of visit: May 2018
Reviewed May 1, 2018

Passed Il Banca on the way to the river and as it looked so good decided to have lunch here under their outside arches and very pleased that I did The parma ham crudo board with a selection of blue cheeses was amazing, I loved...the bread selection which came in a brown paper bag. I'm not normally one for pasta but my main of pacchereo with cabbage, sausage and carmelised red onion was the business , it was really really good , interesting sausage flavor and cabbage textures , very enjoyable as was the caramelle di mortadella , both were fresh, full of flavour and not like the dried pasta you get at home. A bottle of Soave was a reasonable €16 and finished the meal with 2 coffees before exploring the rest of the city. The total came to €64 all in. Service was great, the staff friendly and happy to offer recommendations about what to order or size. A lovely treat with real Italian food.More

Date of visit: April 2018
Reviewed March 11, 2018

I've been to Banco Prosciutteria a couple of years ago, and I decided never to go back to it, because the food was really bad, I think the worst I ever had in Verona. I recently heard that now a new couple was helding it...and I wanted to try again. What a surprise, the quality of the food was outstanding, much better of what I was expecting. I think that really people coming to Verona have to try it!More

Date of visit: March 2018
Reviewed January 11, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful restaurant in the city centre. Traditional Italian food. Great quality of food and wine! Normal prize! Try it! I’m Italian and I love this place!

Date of visit: December 2017
Reviewed January 4, 2018 via mobile

Traditional Italian food, good wine and reasonable prices. We had a great experience on New Years Eve, 7 courses dinner and wine included for 75 euro. Definitely worth the money. Place to recommend!

Date of visit: January 2018
Reviewed November 28, 2017

There are many places to eat in Verona and they all look good. Choosing a restaurant therefore is a pleasant activity except when it's raining and you just want to sit down. That's how we felt as we walked into Il Banco Prosciutteria. It turned...out to be a lucky break for our stomachs and a memorable lunch. The dining space on the ground floor only has a couple of tables and we were led downstairs to a brick vaulted basement with modern charm. The menu is equally contemporary and this isn't where you'll find plates filled with traditional Veronese dishes. What you will find (as the name suggests) are plenty of cured ham and cheese starters which arrive fairly quickly and helped ease our appetites. We chose a large selection of hams and a medium plate of cheese that was accompanied by homemade breadsticks and rolls. There's a long list of wines but we opted for two glasses of the house red that was more than adequate. Our waiter was enthusiastic and friendly and did a good job of answering our gastronomic inquiries. The choices of firsts (primi) and seconds (secondi) are not enormous but each is original and combines interesting ingredients into flavourful dishes. I can vouch for the gnocchi with mushrooms while my wife and son had no difficulty finishing their pasta and steak tartare. At the end we felt satisfied with the experience and will happily return the next time we are in Verona.More

Date of visit: November 2017
Reviewed October 3, 2017

We walked past it during the day and decided to go at night. We sat upstairs next to the window, where there are perhaps 4 tables, but there is a larger area downstairs (no windows). The prosciutto choices are very good, and they saved me...a trip to Montagnana where I was thinking of going to try the (relatively) new Montagnana prosciutto denomination. I found Montagnana to be a bit less delicate than the Crudo di Langhirano, which was delicious. The Montagnana came with mustard and focacce, while the Crudo had more choices. We ordered it with figs (fichi) but it also comes with a selection of cheeses. The gnocchi con speck were excellent, as were the maccheroncini con melanzane. Service was very good and the San Antonio Ripasso was a very good choice to go with the meal. It didn't seem that a reservation was absolutely necessary. The waiter/manager was very cordial and professional. Great experience.More

Date of visit: September 2017
Reviewed September 10, 2017

We found this restaurant by chance - the menu in the window looked like a restaurant that cares about quality food and didn't disappoint. Starting with a sharing plate of tender and delicious langhirano prosciutto with figs, followed by a perfect risotto, washed down by...a very acceptable house red. The deserts were also excellent - tasty but not heavy. All in a friendly and convivial atmosphere that made this a lovely evening. Close enough to town, but then just far enough to give a pleasant after dinner stroll back to the hubbub of central Verona. Highly recommended.More

Date of visit: September 2017
Reviewed September 2, 2017

We found this place by accident. The place looks nice, italian, with professional staff (even though their english was not so good) and tasty food. My wife's dish, I am not sure with exact name - bicolor Gnocchi with speck on a Parmigiano Fondue -...was the best gnocchi she ever tasted :) Also the wine card has good range of different wine kinds. I can recommned this place.More

Date of visit: August 2017
View more reviews
Best nearby
Best nearby hotelsSee all
Due Torri Hotel
1,006 reviews
.10 miles away
358 reviews
.14 miles away
Hotel Aurora
444 reviews
.18 miles away
Hotel Antica Porta Leona & SPA
382 reviews
.19 miles away
Best nearby restaurantsSee all
Tosca Cafe Bistrot
476 reviews
.01 miles away
Pizzeria Risotteria da Mario
1,005 reviews
.06 miles away
Antica Amelia
323 reviews
.06 miles away
Pescheria i Masenini Trattoria
447 reviews
.01 miles away
Best nearby attractionsSee all
Basilica di Santa Anastasia
2,519 reviews
.11 miles away
Piazza dei Signori
1,187 reviews
.11 miles away
Arca di Cansignorio
200 reviews
.05 miles away
Torre dei Lamberti
2,837 reviews
.09 miles away
Is This Your Listing?
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.
Claim Your Free Listing