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My husband and I had lunch here and loved the experience. The signature ravioli dish with brown butter and an egg yolk in particular is divine. The wine pairings were delicious and locally sourced. Service was impeccable.
While it is true the food is not...More
We arrived there on a Sunday afternoon for lunch without a reservation. We were warmly greeted and shown to a lovely table. From then on the service was extraordinary. As we speak very, very little Italian, we were able to work out a few dishes...More
They were lovely. We arrived at 7:30,half an hour before they opened ( late in our view) We convinced them to let us sit at a table with a bottle of wine. All good. Lovely meal. I got fried fish which I believe I didn't...More
For a very fine dining, it's to recommend in Imola, to visit San Domenico; excellent appetizers, artichokes, the triumph of basic ingredients, ravioli , spicy peccorino, pasta gricia, gnocchi, shrimp and zucchini; delicious local cuisne, we like to return.
I travel a lot and until today the Michelin Guide has been a milestome in chosing the restaurants. But after this experience i strongly doubt that Michelin stars are awarded ina fair and transparent manner.
This restaurant should not even be included in the Michelin...More
The restaurant does not even worth one star, not to mention two stars. It really makes me wonder how are the stars awarded?!? We are Michelin restaurants aficionados, we travel extensively and always follow the guide, but this time the restaurant is not even close...More
Excellent restaurant. Saw the no reservation show of Anthony Bourdain and had to try it. All the dishes were very good but the highlight was the raviolo. Balance taste and richness topped with truffles was worth the experience. Add the egg yoke in the center...More
I had dinner at San Domenico after a lovely drive around Imola F1 circuit and the center of the city, which was very nice.
At San Domenico wasn't different: we had such a beautiful full course menu dinner and a 1992 bottle of wine which...More