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Casina Del Bosco is a restaurant which boasts of its rich culinary tradition, and serves a mix of traditional and contemporary Italian delicacies. They are known as the Piadina champions, which is a classic Romagna preparation. They also hold cooking sessions for kids from time to time, where they are taught to prepare Piadina. Other than these, the restaurant also serves a range of Cassonis, as well as salads and desserts. The service is quick, and the staff is courteous.
The head chef at Quartopiano Suite Restaurant, has an in-depth experience of Italian cooking style. The dishes prepared here are more like art rather than food. Each wholesome dish features the best of fresh ingredients, artistic presentations as well as the traditional flavoring. To enhance the dining experience, the eatery serves an enviable list of Italian and French sparkling wines, beers and alcohol from around the world. The eatery invites you an evening filled with aromas and tastes of toothsome Italian cuisine, in an atmosphere of sophistication and relaxation.
Ristorante Guido Rimini is an Italian and seafood restaurant in Rimini, which holds the distinction of winning itself a Michelin star. The restaurant is family owned, and one can sense this from level of hospitality one feels in the restaurant. They have a lovely menu, with each dish striking the perfect balance of flavors, and being a visual delight at the same time. Go for their tasting menu if you're unsure about what to order.
This is a well-known restaurant that takes its name from a figure who is famous in Romagna's history. The trattoria is located in Sant'Arcangelo, a village which in itself deserves a visit. The decor is typical Romagna, there are interesting items hanging from the ceilings relating back to the history of the area. The tables are well-spaced inside the room, and the service is cordial and attentive. The food is very traditional. The Tagliatelle al Ragù are definitely worth trying as is the Grigliata di Carne both are actually the specialties of the house. The dishes are best washed down with a good Sangiovese, but there also other wines to choose from.
This is a successful modern inn, housed in the ancient Palazzo Nadiani and well situated in a splendid village. There are several floors including a cellar carved out of several of the numerous grottoes to be found in the village of Tonino Guerra. This is the ideal place to try Piada (Italian flatbread) which hasn't been over-seasoned. As an accompaniment to the Piadina Salumi, traditional dishes (including pasta and fagioli) are cooked in the open-view kitchen. The extensive wine list offers wines from the region and elsewhere.