The place is new beautiful, but could be better! The dishes are small, and considering the aesthetics of the restaurant I was waiting for more! The idea is nice all plates are based on Prosciutto.
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We enjoyed an excellent meal here on a ski trip when our chalet staff had their day off. The food was very good quality and the staff couldn't have been more helpful or efficient. Would definitely recommend this place
The restaurant and lounge bar is the best for San Daniele ham (which comes directly from one of the best producers in Italy). Don't miss any of their selections of hams. It also offers a good range of local wines. Alberto is the perfect manager...More
After 4 nights of fairly underwhelming and undiffrentiated "pizza and pasta" restaurants serving much the same, we were delighted to find LP26 on our last night. Food was excellent with some really refreshing choices. Salads were particularly good - large and tasty. Pizza and pasta...More
We were staying opposite this bar and thought we'd give it a try. We took a seat as there was no one around. 3 more couples then also took seats and all we spoken to (seemed like locals) while we were repeatedly ignored. If you...More
Very limited menu and seating, but they do offer local specialities and have a well stocked bar. All restaurants in Cortina are closed between 2-7pm, at least here they served a few snacks in between.
We parked up in the town to try to find somewhere to eat but nowhere looked open. We came in because the menu sounded great and it wasn't too pricey. Had a lovely espresso and some pizza which was very thick but tasted good. We...More
The prosciutto was terrible (and I know what I say -I live where it is made). Two reasons: either bad quality or not San Daniele at all. Also bad manners of the waitress.
This house makes their own ham(prosciutto). It's delicious! I had a veal beef wrapped on this ham and it was simply perfect. My wife had a gluten-free pasta and her grandma had a pork's knee that was also very good. It was one the few...More