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Lovely idea - a specialist cheese & meat shop that sells all you could want for a picnic and then provides a terrace overlooking the river to eat it 😀
Wonderful olives, sun dried tomatoes & stuffed peppers and chilled wines or soft drinks
At Gironda, you can create your own picnic basket from a selection of fresh deli meats, cheeses, breadsticks and more. Then head to the back terrace to enjoy your personalized snack with one of the best views in town. Ultra clean (including the tiny bathroom),...More
Fabulous cheeses, cured meats, deli foods and wine to make up a picnic and then eat on their terrace looking out over the river. Staff friendly and helpful. Clean. Can't think of a better way to lunch!
Buy the tastiest cheeses and cold cuts, to your taste. mix with olives, breads and wine and head out and overlook the river. The simplest ideas are sometimes the best.
Impromptu lunch and ideal fit the 7 and how helpful and informative are the staff.
Came here for delicious gorgonzola cheese dipped in crisp Italian crackers overlooking a lovely view of Ponte Pietra. The cheese was delicious and we vacuum packed some to take home to Switzerland and London. Such a lovely thing to do in verona and would recommend...More
We love this place and was at the top of our list to visit again in Verona. I read a review below where someone said English speaking people are not welcome but we have been every time. The younger guy speaks some English but even...More
Stopped here for lunch. They packed up our meat and cheeses and off to their terrace we went. What could be bad, eating meat and cheese while watching the water in the river go by near the Pietra Bridge. Great low key lunch with an...More
Tried to visit last week, man behind the counter was as rude as you can get.
Only spoke italian and refused to understand me. Wanted to order but was
told "No English"! Pointed to things and was literally told to get out. I understand