We spent lunch time during a day of biking. The food was simply so good. Old Italian style, we loved the Pilgrim Soup and the hand made pasta. Maggy Thatcher was here twice.
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We were so overwhelmed by the amount of nicely located restaurants around the Borghetto that we couldn't choose one. Finally we entered the Locanda Mincio and we were amazed by the main dining room filled with such a great old style feeling that we could't...More
Fantastic place with some table at the river, under the trees, the best during spring and summer time, the best ravioli, tortellini. Very good list of wines, perfect service, nice village to visit. Highly reccomend!
I haven't been in years - it was once the subject of a cover story on Gourmet Magazine, back in the 80s! I planned a trip to Italy just because of that article, it was that enticing. I don't know how we found it in...More
Sitting in a beautiful garden setting along the river, looking back at the picturesque village of sul Mincio (the home of tortellini, no less), enjoying a glass of wine and an excellent pasta dish – it’s one of the reasons you came to Italy, right?...More
On a dull and wet day on a recent holiday in Sirmione, we decided to drive out to Borghetto mainly because we liked the sound of this restaurant for lunch - and we weren't disappointed. We ended up have three courses, which were all delicious...More
After travelling through Europe visiting traditional city restaurants we found this pearl inthe hills of Verona area. a very good restaurant, good service, excellent food and an unbeateable location. We had lunch outside, along the river of this little village: a dream!