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This was a real find. A delightful small restaurant in quiet street a little way from the main area in the centre of Ferrara. Seemed to be mainly frequented by locals rather than tourists. A special word for the fried anchovies and the torta di...More
What a wonderful experience! We have had plenty of typical Italian restaurants during our holidays, but this is the best! The owner, a vibrant old lady, gives great advise to each visitor. We felt very welcome. We have had the tasting menu, which was great...More
Fine location in the medieval centre, a bit away from the main thoroughfare. Friendly and careful staff. Family-like atmosphere. High quality food with wide selection and some special interesting dishes from the Jewish cuisine of Italy.
This is a true depiction of food in Ferrara. And the restaurant is amazing. Mind you, this is a local place.....not a tourist place. They speak very little English, you will be expected to practice your Italian. DO NOT go into this place and act...More
Osteria del Ghetto was a wonderful dining experience. Our food was excellent - we loved the fried anchovies and the cappellacci di zucca! But one of the best parts of the experience was the owner who went out of her way to make sure that...More
We recently visited Ferrara and enjoyed multiple dinners at Osteria del Ghetto. The restaurant was recommended to us by local people and we tried it and liked it a lot. The service was nice. We liked the wines and the balanced mix of traditional and...More
I had the tasting menu, which was great. Wine card is extensive enough to have a decent choice. Pricing is amazing. A bottle of valpolicella ripasso for 23 euros is unprecedented. Serviced by a crew of lovely girls, headed by a true lady. If you...More
I really enjoyed the two pasta dishes I had! The owner was charming and gave us information about the Jewish ghetto area. She made a mistake on the bill but gladly changed it. Portions on the small side but still delicious. Very evocative setting outside...More
We all felt that this restaurant offered more than it delivered. The service was chaotic & the food very average. I had turbot, which I was looking forward to but unfortunately, it was very disappointing - not cooked well at all. Some of our party...More