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Spello was over run by tourists on a Saturday evening and this place was all we could find to have a late meal. Good traditional cooking but you have to be patient as all dishes are prepared when you order
We planned on visiting Spello during our vacation and read about this restaurant online (including Tripadvisor). We arrived early for lunch on a Monday (around 1200) and were seated but had we come any later, we would have been turned away. The restaurant is very...small (around 25 places) so a reservation is strongly recommended. The first question our hostess asked was "Italian?". Unfortunately our Italian is very limited and, clearly, we looked like tourists. In any case, she was quite capable of explaining the choices to us as there are no menus. For 12 Euros, you can have a pasta dish for 2 people and for 15 Euros, you can both have a meat dish. We each had an appetizer (extra cost) and a pasta. My wife had a pici with mushrooms and I had a kind of linguini with zucchini. Both had truffle oil in the sauce. You can order wine by the bottle or house wine by the glass and they don't skimp on the wine!. The food was excellent, as was the wine. The service was fast, friendly and efficient. Our whole meal was only 32 Euros for the two of us. The restaurant is small and intimate and the day we visited it was very hot and there is no A/C inside but they do have fans. We were probably the only non Italians in the restaurant and that made the whole experience that much more enjoyable. I would highly recommend Osteria De Dadà. It's definitely worth the short walk up a rather steep main street from where you can park your car for free.More
Visited this tiny trattoria on a cold, damp night, walking into a cozy room filled with delectable aromas and the buzz of happy, well-fed people. We scored the last two seats -- probably best to call ahead and reserve a spot. Be on your toes:...the night's dishes are recited tableside, no menu, but we knew enough Italian to catch the names of the local pastas, truffle-topped dishes and grilled meats. We shared plates of fantastic strangozzi pasta, incredible, crisp-skinned chicken that fell from the bones, sauteed seasonal greens and a tasty, inexpensive bottle of Montefalco red wine. By the end of the evening, our server seemed like an old friend.More
Two lovely ladies run this intimate restaurant with a ‘home kitchen’ atmosphere. We really wanted to be writing about a special experience but unfortunately were disappointed overall. We did enjoy the tagliatelle with zucchini and a spinach side dish (in lieu of an unavailable salad)...but the other dishes - bruschetta with indifferent toppings, very ordinary and slightly undercooked ravioli in tomato sauce, a small amount of lamb on a lot of bone and gristle, a frittata tartufato that was gritty and nothing special - were pretty routine. And the bottle of house wine at 10 euros was acceptable but fairly ordinary - and nearly three times as much as much, and nowhere near as good, as the local wine we’ve been buying in the supermarket.More
Incredibly tasty lunch with a great price. We paid right at 26 Euros for lunch and it was fantastic. That included bruschetta, two pasta dishes, and wine. I had the wild boar sausage and my wife had the cheese ravioli with pasta
The menu list at the front of the shop is tattered but the restaurant was full most nights so we gave it a try. There were no menus offered inside but our waitress negotiated our meals with a mixture of sign language and a few...words understood on both sides. All part of the fun. The food was good and the account was about 15€ less for the two of us than every else we ate in Spello for the same amount of food.More
I was in Spello ona day trip and found this little Osteria and decided to have lunch here, what a great decision. It was like the lunches my mum used to make and it was just perfect. Opted for bruschetta as a start followed by...a delicious tagliatelli ragu. The dessert was biscuits to be dipped in Montefalco Sagrantino Passito sweet wine (OMG make sure you try this) and then a nice espresso to end the meal. As i say PERFECT. Also everyone else in the place seemed like locals, so what else do I need to say. BUONISSIMO.More