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Todi: Pane e Vino
Reviewed by: ejbenri from USA, review #1033
We were very disappointed. The food was merely okay, prices did not reflect quality, timing of food atrocious.
Directions: Near funicular in Todi
Very noisy sitting outside ... we don't recommend it - actually miss the whole experience!
We were a group of 8, and our meals came very staggered, some getting their secondi while others getting their antipasto, with side orders coming after every other course was finished! Could have been an extremely off night, but there is better in the area.
Reviewed by: jgk from FL, review #968
Fabulous though limited menu. Wine abounds. Terrific, inventive food.
Directions: Park at Porta Orvietana, take lift, cross the street and you are just about there.
We loved this "hip" little place, listed in "Osterie d'Italia."
Ate one of the best dishes of our whole trip here: duck carpaccio: cured duck slices served with little brioche toasts, butter and arugula. Also tried the fabulous light homemade ravioli, creamy chicken curry with apples (yes curry), deer cacciatore, and a wonderful eggplant contorno with raisins, pinenuts and cheese.
Drank the Caprai Rosso de Montefalco; best Umbrian wine yet. Desserts were as good as the rest of the meal, in other words - excellent. We highly recommend trying Pane E Vino. People earlier than us were having a wine tasting but I don't know details.
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