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Segugio Review

Inside this Italian temple to the taste buds, tucked away on the busy Utrechtsestraat, Venetian-style white stucco walls give the dining room a simple yet sophisticated feel. Foodies can try the chef's four-course menu for €48.50, or the five-course menu for €55. But making a choice from the main menu—perhaps a sublime risotto of the day, or a roasted rabbit hopped up with capers and olives—is usually a good bet, too. Ask the very friendly and knowledgeable Italian owner and sommelier (who hails from Abruzzo) for the best wines to pair with your meal from their extensive Italian list.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun. No lunch.
Updated: 08-25-2012

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