Restaurants in Italy

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With exposed brick arches, white-washed stucco walls, and a polished wood floor, Risto Nobel has an ambience that's nce enough for a date night, but... Read More

Seafood specialties including homemade tagliolini with king prawns and asparagus. Read More

The outdoor terrace is seductively shrouded in bougainvillea and the aromas of a superior kitchen. Tuck into a langoustine that might as well be butter,... Read More

The oldest active restaurant on the island, Aurora is popular not just because of its impressive list of celebrity guests (Giorgio Armani, Michael Doug... Read More

Luca Collami's restaurant feels like an exclusive private club. Sugarello—a kind of mackerel—is served raw with basil oil, chopped olive,... Read More

Located in a back street off Piazza Tasso in the center of Sorrento, this restaurant serves traditional Mediterranean and Neapolitan cuisine. Named... Read More

Parma’s best restaurant is inserted in a hotel so plain and weirdly located (on the far side of the ring road that wraps the city) you can’t... Read More

South Tyrolean specialties are served in a wood-paneled stube. Read More

Michelin-starred chef Carlo Cracco, who also hosts MasterChef Italia and Hell's Kitchen Italia, offers his innovative take on Milanese tradition in a... Read More

Combining haute cuisine and affordable prices, chef Davide Oldani has been rewarded with a Michelin star and a months-long waiting list for a table at... Read More

It started out as a neighborhood wine bar, but over the years, Da Fiore has become an international favorite. And for good reason: the sashimi-like tuna... Read More

The scent of fresh basil from the chef’s made-to-order pesto greets you as you enter the hole-in-the-wall near the San Fruttuoso Abbey (a half... Read More

When Sophia Loren visited Sorrento recently, she insisted on eating at this no-frills restaurant, with simple wooden tables and plastic chairs on a... Read More

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