This is a small restaurant in a back alley of Piran. Well worth moving away from the seafront for this one. Seafood is a specialty. Perfectly cooked and very fresh. An absolute gem, and the seafood risotto is to die for.
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Amidst a long trip packed with fine dining, this was our night for basic, functional food. We wanted to avoid the seafood factories along the promenade and go inland for some pasta. Verdi certainly filled our need and was ridiculously economical - dinner for two...More
When a torrential rain limited our exploratory options we selected this restaurant since it promised to be owner managed small enough to be cosy and out of the main touristic routes. The restaurant was OK, food sometimes better sometimes average. Local wine cannot be recommended.
We have been here after reading good reviews on tripadvisor.We have tried beef soup,risotto,gnochi with shrimps and sardines.Risotto and gnochi was OK but beefsoup and sardines were terrible.Also housewine was awful.Considering food quality and frying oil smell in the dining area I do not recommend...More
My husband and I stayed nearby and we were charmed by this couple. It is a husband & wife run restaurant and the food was excellent. We ate inside to avoid the cigarette smoke which is very common in Europe. The service was friendly and...More
The menu was a bit too limited. The food, however, was delicious and made of fresh local ingredients. Service (by owner) was excellent.
If you don't want to be overcharged, go into one of the restaurants, which are not on the shore. We found on a little, calm street this restaurant and had a very good lunch - excellent fish soup and excellent fish selection. Have cash on...More
Avoid this restaurant! Attitude of the personnel is terrible! Jul 6th 2016. I'll remember this restaurant for life. I've never been so insulted by a primitive behavior of the waiter (seems that he is an owner as well). It was a casual business dinner, no...More
We enjoyed a meal here. There is plenty of choice and the service was attentive without being overpowering. The menu is more or less a standard seaside menu in Slovenia, but the quality of the food was excellent. Verdi sits in a tiny square inside...More