We really enjoyed the food, wine and atmosphere at this restaurant. A short stroll from the funivia, this little pearl offers very good food!
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After a long trip, we visited this restaurant in a very magical village. Very nice staff and tasty Italian food. I liked that a waitress speaks English so she can help with the Italian menu. Guys, when you want to have a date with your...More
Straight but interesting dishes form the heart of the Italian tradition in this lovely osteria. Such as the 'casonzei', traditional from Ampezzo, pasta filled with a beetroot puree', dressed with clarified butter, breadcrumbs, poppy seeds: great. Also excellent was the other primo of aubergine ravioli,...More
Hard to find but used GPS successfully. A limited lunch menu but good....ish food. Small and friendly with great service. Chef has imagination and ingredients good...just needs a little 'perspective '..😉
I read the reviews and was curious. Took the cable car and decided to walk into Sardagna. The short ride offers a pretty view of the valley. But the restaurant was surely the highlight. There are a couple of big signs leading to it, so...More
exploring the funiva and growing a bit tired of walking when we turned the corner and spotted this place. expecting a tourist trap, we were blown away with the local atmosphere, amazing local north-Italy food, and quaint village to stroll after grappa. definitely recommend.
Took the funiva up to the village of Sardagna...wanted to get a drink and some lunch but couldn't see anything at the top so decided to take the road down to the village itself. Walk took about 10-15 mins but it was worth it!! Not...More
We went by the funiva up to the little village Sardagna just for the view, and desided to walk around to see if there was any restaurant for lunch. Only one was hit, but what a gem it was!! It's a small restaurant, very nice...More
Went up to the village in the cable car for a wander and stumbled upon this gem. No one spoke any English ( why should they) and our Italian is seriously seriously limited. Nevertheless we negotiated our vegetarian meals with good humour mime and a...More
We took the funivia up to Sardagna partly for the views and partly to visit this osteria, after reading the reviews. The town is absolutely dead in early spring, so this was the only place open. We were very, very glad we stopped in. The...More