Restaurants in Padua/Verona

Feb 5th, 2002, 09:54 PM
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elizabeth
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Restaurants in Padua/Verona

Has anyone got any recommendations? Not too expensive. Thanks!
 
Feb 6th, 2002, 12:16 PM
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anyone??
 
Feb 6th, 2002, 02:12 PM
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Elizabeth,

It's been a while since I've been in Verona, but I remember a great self-serve style eatery in the main Piazza where the Arena is located. I can't seem to recall the name, but if it's still there, you can't miss it -- it has green awning in front. It was very inexpensive and very good quality for the price. There is also a nice outdoor eating area under the awning. Hope that helps. I found that selecting prix fixe menus were also very good for the price. Hope this helps.
 
Feb 6th, 2002, 06:07 PM
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Elizabeth,I think the restaurant that Kathy has described is Brek which really is very good.

Had great pizza at the Pizzeria Ristorante Liston, Viccolo Listone, one block from Pizza Bra. Also ate at La Greppia, also very good but a bit pricey. Pumpkin tortelloni to die for.

 
Feb 6th, 2002, 06:51 PM
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Elizabeth, the others are right--it's Brek's on Piazza Bra! We loved it! Another delightful restaurant with really nice ambiance and very good food was right across from the Teatro Romano. Redentore is the name and it is on via Redentore n.15. We aren't big spenders but like pleasant places with nice ambiance and clean--it fit the bill. Enjoy! We would go back to Verona in a minute--except that there are so many places we haven't seen! This time Bologna gets a little time---been there? Any suggestions for hotel/pension, restaurants?
 
Feb 6th, 2002, 08:53 PM
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Helen Donegan
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Hi Elizabeth

Have a look at the article on Verona:

http://www.italywithus.com/ezine/022002
 
Feb 6th, 2002, 09:47 PM
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Thanks everyone! Auleen - sorry can't help with Bologna - this will be our first trip to Italy, and we can hardly wait!
Helen, thanks for the link to the ezine - it looks really good - I shall be going back to it often.
 
Feb 7th, 2002, 04:32 AM
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In Padua- I'd recommend Osteria l'Anfora in Via dei Soncin or Dotto (1920's style) with home-made goodies.
In verona- Al Bersagliere in Via dietro Pallone (traditional Veronese food)
In Bologna Lamma in Via dei Giudei (no frills fare but good quality)
more up market is Pappagallo in the historic centre
 

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