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Umbria and the Marches Restaurants

Il Molino

  • Piazza Matteotti 6/7 Map It
  • Fodor's Choice

Updated 12/05/2013

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A former mill is one of the region's best restaurants. Appetizers are varied, and often highlight foods found only here, like the risina, a tiny white bean. The meat is first-rate, either elaborately prepared or grilled and topped with a signature sauce, and for any dish, the type of olive oil and the names of the local farmers who grew the produce are noted on the menu. Service is attentive and the wine list has plenty of local and Italian options, including the

pungent Sagrantino di Montefalco and fresh Orvieto whites. Outside seating lets you soak up the passing street scene; inside is a series of impressive 14th-century arches.

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Piazza Matteotti 6/7, Spello, 06038, Italy

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  • Closed Tues.

Updated 12/05/2013


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Nov 2, 2009

Il Molino Review

We ate at Il Molino in the fall, so we were welcomed into their indoor space, rather large but with separate areas, so it was still welcoming and not too noisy. Meats were cooked (alla brace) in a fireplace in the dining room; it was fun to watch the meats turn, and see the cooks at herbs during the process. Our pasta and main (meat) courses were fresh and tasty. We had pasta with fresh porcini (mushrooms) and the meats were (veal and beef)

very tender. We had a pleasant dining experience.

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By Dennis

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Mar 24, 2005

Right across the street from Palazzo Bocci

A spectacular and memorable meal. Among other things we had the Cappelacci, a large ravioli filled with 70% cabbage, 30% potato with parmagiano reggiano added. The sauce had a light amount of tomato sauce with guanciale, sage and local sheeps milk cheese. The sauces for the filetto dishes were marvelous. Very friendly staff.

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