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We sat down for lunch after passing by and reading the menu - and we’re so glad we chose to eat here! Our server (we think possibly the owner) was very friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The food was delicious! Lots of vegetarian...options. We had the spaghetti ragù with a mixed salad and spaghetti with sun dried tomato, olives and capers, followed by coffee and semifreddo. Spaghetti was cooked to perfection and all had great flavours. We tried the white wine which was so nice we bought two bottles to take home! The view of the duomo was an added bonus. We were also served samples of their own olive oil and balsamic vinegar which was a lovely touch. We will be back for sure!More
We got married in Orvieto in June 2019. I wanted to arrange a welcome dinner for my 120 guests travelling from Ireland so I booked exclusive use of Ristorante Maurizio. I had never eaten in the restaurant prior to this and I arranged everything by...email.
On the night we ate an appetizer full of local products, a first course of umbrichelle with truffle, mushrooms and crispy bacon, a leg of veal with cured sauce side dishes for our second dish , Tiramisu for dessert, and wine was served throughout the dinner.
The restaurant helped us arrange an accordion duo to perform during the meal.
Overall the food, atmosphere and service were amazing. Many of our guest’s revisited the restaurant throughout their stays. I will 100% be back.
Thank you to Leonardo and team for creating the memorable night.
Sergio & Danielle (Dublin Ireland)More
We had a large lunch with some friends. The food was all freshly prepared with local produce and could not be faulted. We tasted some aged balsamic vinegars and the 60 year old one was superb! The restaurant was clean and the service very good.
Service, food, wine and atmosphere; I would give them all 7 stars if I could. They were willing to answer all of my questions and take the time to educate me on wine, food, balsamics of the region. I hope to return!
We stopped for lunch at this restaurant as it was close to the Duomo and the Etruscan museum. The decor was elegant and people looked to be enjoying their food. We were found a table for two in one of their two rooms, this one...with a vaulted ceiling and great displays of their wine, olive oil, jams and bottled sauces which you can buy to take away. There were a few locals but the clientele was mainly tourists. We had a light lunch - panzanella for him and a tuna salad for me. He said the panzanella was one of the better ones he had had (but clearly not as good as mine - flatterer) but, whilst my salad had very fresh ingredients, it lacked imagination, being merely a sliced tomato, chopped iceberg lettuce, red onion, borlotti beans and tinned tuna - all of which I had to dress and toss myself. Not quite what I was expecting at what appeared to be a reasonably classy restaurant serving quite interesting looking pasta. However, the wine was delicious - their own production - and we were offered a complimentary glass of vin santo, a bottle of which we then bought to take away, as it was more like a fine sherry than most of the vin santo we have previously come across. We would return but I'll go for the pasta next time.More
The true measure of a wonderful restaurant is the balance between food, drink and service.
I visited today with my family of 4.
We were so warmly welcomed by Andrea and his wonderful staff.
Restaurant closes at 6 pm so it’s only available for lunch...( that’s because is all home cooked )
We had the truffle pasta, minestrone soup, papardelle with boar ragu and roast potatoes all washed down with the most delightful white “ Classico”.
Also tasted the Prosecco which was awesome.
I can’t also not mention the amazing Balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
Overall a wonderful experience supporting good local people with amazing local productsMore
Another restaurant with an impressive wine selection. We tasted one of the best Chianti Classico here, in our humble opinion. They also have aged balsamic vinegar, which paired so well with the dishes they offered.
My friend and I lunched here twice during our week in Orvieto. The cameriere brought us exquisite little samples of antipasti, which almost amounted to a meal in itself!
The food is wonderful, the atmosphere is serene, and the artisanal gourmet offerings for sale add...to the charm. A perfect stop for a meal, after a visit to the Duomo.