Extremly delicious and innovative dishes. Off the beaten track but closed to the center on a very qiuet and nice piazza with a really friendly and warm welcoming staff.
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Just off, but literally just off, the main tourist thorough fare. This little restaurant offers a menu that's a little different to the more prescriptive tourist menus to be found. It's more simpatico to what you expect in Italy; excellent food with wonderful fresh ingredients...More
Five of us had a lunch in this small,slightly out of the way restaurant. We sat outside in a narrow alley. The staff were charming, the menu was easy to navigate and all the food (seafood starter, goulash, pasta and gnocchi) was un-fussy but well-presented...More
We stopped by this small restaurant for lunch on a recent tour of Trieste. The place is located a bit out of the way, conveniently on the way to the top of the hill overlooking the city. The restaurant is warm and inviting, and the...More
Trieste is a part of Italy, and the people here speak Italian. But that certainly doesn't mean that the offerings of its restaurants will look just like those of similar restaurants elsewhere in Italy. Al Petes is a case in point. While many of the...More
Had a fantastic lunch here, food was very well presented tasty and we all felt that if we were here longer we would definitely return . Waitress was very helpful and pleasant . Don't miss this if you are in the old town !!
thank you Anna Marie!!!
The location of the restaurant is lovely and the atmosphere seems nice, relaxed and cosy. The antipasto plate was promising, but everything else after that was just average. The biggest disappointment was the service. Our waiter behaved like he couldn't care less of his customers,...More
The young team of chefs, and wait staff is what makes this place welcoming and then the food is taking you straight to heaven for its simplicity, combination and taste All cooked fresh and worth the wait Matteo, Andrea and Biram and sincere and can...More
We ate dinner here one nand were the first to sit outside "in the garden," on a warm but windy night. Food was good- the pasta with sausage and pecorino was wonderful, the calamari fritti well done, the tagliata de manzo tasty (covered with rock...More
Set in the middle of the old town ,an unpretentious friendly local restaurant ,serving really good freshly cooked food Prices modest and good value