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Restaurant reviews

Restaurant reviews

Above, la pizza musicista at Da Roberto.

My restaurant reviews of Treviso, come to you today, as one of my last blog entries, and also in Simple English.

All'antico Portico

Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore 18
Price: €€€
Favorite dish: Gnocchi ripieni di radicchio
The service here is really great. Nice to sit on the terrace outside on a cool summer night. The gnocchi is fucking ridiculous. Also, try the baked pumpkin flowers as an appetizer. The inside has amazing vintage signs and things of that like. One of my favorites.

Via Filodrammatici 5
Price: €€
Only been here once so I don't really remember it, i have to say. I remember being really hungry and having a really small portion of pasta. But maybe it was normal size and i thought it was small because i was so hungry. Maybe. Small interior.

Osteria al Radicchio Rosso
Via Tolpada 25
Price: €€
Favorite dish: Spaghetti alle vongole
Went here when i first arrived with Marian, Lizy and Karol, and they made Karol wear this amazing bib with a tuxedo printed on it because she ordered spaghetti con frutta di mare. Classic. Amazing food at reasonable prices, large pasta portions. Weird lighting inside.

Pizzeria Madam
Via Risorgimento 10
Price: €
Favorite dish: Curry rice pilaf
Least favorite pizzeria i have been to. Really slow service no matter the party size. Interior is eurotrashy and the pizza ain't so great.

Pizzeria Sant'Agostino
Via Sant'Agostino 35
Price: €
Favorite dish: Penne mamma rosa
A Fabrica favorite, a great place that will host a really large crowd of us. Really fast service – the pizzas often arrive before the waitress if finished taking the order. Often gives free limoncello at the end! Nice selection of pizzas although my favorite dish is the pasta listed above.

La Colonna
Via Campana 27
Price: €€€€
Most expensive restaurant i had been to in Treviso, but the classiest (maybe even a bit too classy for my taste). When I went, they only gave the men the menus with the prices on them, and the women just had a list of dishes, supposedly so that they could feel like they could order whatever they wanted. Classic!

Pizzeria Spaghetteria La Gioconda

Viale Fra' Giocondo 35
Price: €
Simple pizzeria with a nice outdoor terrace that can accommodate quite a large group. Not much else to say.

Pizzeria All'incrocio
Piazzale Pistoia 5
Price: €
BEST pizzeria in Treviso, although akwardly located (across from Panorama nearest to Treviso). The pizza guy is from Naples, and the pizza is extra thin and crunchy and bubbly. Try the Cico pizza and be sure to order an Agliata first!

Pizzeria da Pino (fuori le mura/outside the walls)

Viale della Repubblica, 219
Price: €€
Haven't been to the one in the center, but this one is quite average. I'd put it up there with La Gioconda.

Osteria da Arman
via Manzoni 27
Price: €€€
Another one of my favorites. A classic place in town to get a quality risotto, have a leisurely drink. See and be seen here. Make a reservation for dinner.

Ristorante Sbeghen
Montello, www.sbeghen.it
Price: €€
Need a car to get to, but well worth it. In late winter, they do an amazing buffet on the weekends for 12EUR with great things like pumpkin ravioli, grilled meats and different types of salads. The farmhouse is on a nice property with peacocks, chickens, ostriches and donkeys running around.

Toni del Spin
Via Inferiore 7
Price: €€€
Most overrated restaurant i've been to in Treviso. But there is a decent artichoke soup sometimes.

Pizzeria da Roberto
Via Cadorna Luigi 16
Price: €
The biggest bang for your buck. Amazing prices for amazing quality and service. A really large menus with great pizzas, pastas and meat dishes. An ongoing list of desserts, too. Free sgroppino at the end.

Buon appetito.

Originally from
ReBlogged by Michael Ciancio on Dec 18, 2007 at 10:20 AM Posted by Michael Ciancio on Dec 18, 2007 at 10:20 AM


Sorry Mike, you are the second...
But I appreciate it as well!


Posted by: marcello at 18.12.2007 12:11 PM

mine's so much better.

Posted by: michael ciancio at 18.12.2007 12:47 PM

wish i had this list printed off when i came for my trail last month.
PS - i never told you guys and gals how much i love the fabrica blog.

andrew (the redhead from the states)

Posted by: andrew at 18.12.2007 09:38 PM

wish i had this list printed off when i came for my trail last month.
PS - i never told you guys and gals how much i love the fabrica blog.

andrew (the redhead from the states)

Posted by: andrew at 18.12.2007 09:39 PM

yes! i relate to this list very much. good reviews michael! are you leaving fabrica soon?

Posted by: andy r at 18.12.2007 10:57 PM

i miss treviso! oh the memories. You forgot da fausta!

Posted by: jules at 19.12.2007 05:11 AM

i miss treviso! oh the memories. You forgot da fausta!

Posted by: jules at 19.12.2007 05:12 AM

Sounds like Toni del Spin is going downhill. Very sad. Perhaps it will join the ranks of what was the Cavaliero on the walls. I'm getting sentimental now. Have you tried Panda?
Surely it's still producing the most potent crudiola ever?!?

Posted by: Andy Huntington at 19.12.2007 08:37 AM

You forgot the best pizza place in Town: "Da Fausta"... and even "Piola" ;-)

Posted by: Michele Alemanno at 19.12.2007 11:20 AM

I have to remain loyal to my own favorite pizza place: La Gioconda, next to my old place in Treviso, by the wall, south of San Tomaso. They are the home to the rolled pizza, you have to try it at least once.
Yes, All'Incroccio is the best. By far, but La Gioconda was my favorite "local" spot, try the salamino ricotta one, mmm fatty pizza.
Penne Mamma Rosa, great name if you dont understand italian or know about pasta! Penne Mamma Rosa, Ha!

Posted by: Guillermo Rivero at 27.12.2007 07:44 PM

I second Michele: you missed the 2 most important ones, in my opinion: Da Fausta and Piola!
Also, believe it or not, i rather enjoyed the pizza at "Brek", they make it in front of you, and if you become friends with the staff they give you a little extra ingredients! they have a nice selection of garlic oils and extra stuff to put on your pizza, and you can put as much as you want!

Posted by: Juan Ospina at 02.01.2008 04:14 PM

This was totally my pizza. The eating and the digestion were both great.

Posted by: Meryl at 08.01.2008 10:22 PM

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