Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Info on Restaurants in Italy


Here are some links on restaurants in Italy:

  • Eating Out in Italy – "How and Where to Dine" – By Martha Bakerjian – Source:  Italy Travel section of About.com 
  • Restaurants – ". . .On this page we've put together a list of our favorite restaurants, the ones we eat in when we are travelling around Italy on business of pleasure. From Michelin restaurants to market stalls. Because in Italy the important thing is that the food is genuine and cooked with love." – Source: italytraveller – "has everything you'll need for an unforgettable travel experience."
  • Restaurants in Italy Source: In Italy Online!
  • Restaurants in Italy "Given that the proliferation of restaurants and hotels almost risks overwhelming visitors; Italy Traveller has carefully selected only the very best; superbly located restaurants renowned for the genuine taste of the food all offering a sublime fusion of traditional delicacies and culinary creativity, and fabulous hotels specialising in the true art of hospitality hotels where the staff warmly welcome guests with that mix of courtesy and affability which has gained the Italians world wide acclaim, hotels which immediately become a home from home." Source: italytraveller.com In English, Italian
  • slowtravel italy
    • Restaurants Lists for Italy "Some of our regulars on the message board have submitted their reviews by region in these lists below."
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There are thousands of restaurants in Italy. Some are excellent and very affordable and others that are not worth mentioning. My wife and I like to go to where the "locals" eat and where these restaurants are not looking for the "tourists" trade. The menus are in Italian only and the wait staff will only speak Italian to you.  But on your part, if you attempt to speak with a few words spoken in Italian and with some hand gestures, you will be rewarded with a very fine and memorable meal.

However, there are many fine restaurants in Italy and in over the 16+ years of traveling to Italy and now living in Italy for 7+ years, I can count on one hand the number of restaurants that I would not return to for another meal.

That's it for Tuesday, 14 August 2007: martedì, 14 agosto 2007.

Ciao, Ben

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