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Had mixed grilled seafood. Never been served so quickly. Good service, wine recommendation was good (local white).
Was a pleasant surprise as we had no table reservation elsewhere. Would have no problem to recommend this restaurant to friends.
What a disgrace, how can they serve food like this. We had the black tagliatelle and the tenderloin. Tagliatelle was decent enough but the the steak was something else. A thin piece of some meat covered with afwul creamish sauce and whole peppers, the side...More
Trattoria Cavour sits in the piazza of Levanto, and offers an assortment of traditional coastal Italian dishes. That said, in my experience, the food underperformed its price point. The troffie al pesto was mediocre, and the assorted grilled fish for two lacked any true memorability...More
It was not bad but there are definitely other places with much better flavours to offer. We had the trofie pesto pasta which was quite good, the octopus salad which we were not a fan of (maybe because it was steamed or boiled octopus) and...More
We stumbled across this place accidentally after finding out a few other restaurants were booked out.
Very friendly, was able to sit us down straight away, even though they were super busy.
For the seafood lovers, we recommend ordering the antipasto plate to share -...More
This is a place we visited a couple of times over 30 years. Quality has shifted over the years and for some time we did not go at all. But when we tried it June 2018 we were in for a great positive surprise -...More
The setting in the Piazza Cavour is lovely .Good choice menu Excellent fish with a good cheeseboard to finish .Amazing value house wine.It is though very busy and you need to book .Fast and efficient service .
An idea. Also to speak directly with restaurant ownerand see if they can create a 3 Course Meal (agreed in advance) for a special negotiated price? If instead you go a la carte the restaurant will struggle to deal with all... More
An idea. Also to speak directly with restaurant ownerand see if they can create a 3 Course Meal (agreed in advance) for a special negotiated price? If instead you go a la carte the restaurant will struggle to deal with all different orders for that number on an ordinary night. I used to work in event logistics. Hope this helps.
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