We ate there for dinner one night. The Toscana pizza was amazing. Loved the thin crust. We even went back the next night to try their pasta and tiramisu but they were closed. Maybe next time.
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Tourist trap with the rudest most aggressive woman running it! Clearly a control freak who is the only person who can take both orders & payment.....staff seem terrified by her. Be prepared for very long wait for her to take your order & then again...More
Supurb pizza (super thin crust) and pasta. We drove into Italy specifically for a break from the largely French restaurants we'd been eating in in France.
We come here regularly. Service is always friendly and food is good and good value for money. Menu is not very inventive, pizzas are great and fish and pasta recommended. The large terrace is wonderful and if crowded service can be slow. Reservation recommended. In...More
Dolceacqua is a wonderful little village, relatively unknown also to many Italians (like us) and definitely worth a visit. The main square hosts a few restaurants, we tried the Borgo based on Tripadvisor feedback. Luckily we reserved, as, on a June Saturday evening, it was...More
We visited Il Borgo twice on our annual trip to Europe and brought different visitors each time. The food is very good, especially the spaghetti vongole! The ravioli burro sakvia & The spaghetti aglio olio peper are good as well. The pizza's are delicious with...More
The small town of Dolceacqua, just a few kilometers inland from Vintimiglia, is worth a visit for its lovely medieval town, and especially its ancient, high-arched stone bridge which was once painted by Monet. A few steps from the bridge, Il Borgo offers a nice...More
Whether it's the pizza or ravioli, or the other Italian home-made delicacies, you'd better come early and hungry. It's packed with locals and day trippers from France and well worth the journey. Don't miss tasting the local wine, Rossese.