We had asked one of the local rafting companies for a dinner recommendation, at a place where we could eat a typical dinner for the Trentino region while not breaking the bank. We were told immediately to go to Agritur Solasna, and this was the right call for us.
We were a family of four and ended up paying 69 euro for more food than we ultimately were able to eat. In Italy, that combination means very good value. We were served a several-course meal, beginning with a delicious type of creamy lentil/gnocchi soup, followed by a type of vegetarian omelette, potato and onion dish, followed still by heaps of local-favorite speck and cheese. Dessert was a choice of apple strudel (consistent with the region) or mousse, and was very good. While all of this was seriously tasty, our favorite was their Brule di Mela, a rich, full-flavored hot apple drink. This was good enough that we bought several bottles of Solasna's homemade apple juice to take home with us.
The restaurant's ambience is particularly charming, set as it is in a kind of underground series of high, white arches, with lots of random bookcases, art, wood, wine displays, and soft lighting. There was a full compliment of Italian and international wines, liquors, beers and other drinks. Being the shoulder season, we enjoyed the subdued, peace and quiet of the experience, having the restaurant nearly to ourselves.
One of Agritur's part owners herself served us throughout the evening, providing a lot of insight, in English, into our dinner and the region's culinary specialties and history. Her hospitality provided a welcome, local touch to our experience.
Highly recommend dinner at Agritur Solasna if you are looking for a great local experience at a competitive price.