Monte Terminillo Food Guide: 10 must-eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Monte Terminillo
Discover the best food in Monte Terminillo, Italy including Panillo Il Panino Del Terminillo, Bar Terminillo, Sfizi di Iri, Ristorante La Foresta, Rosce Caffe, Cantina Centro d'Italia, Ristorante da Valerio, La Trota, Trattoria La Palazzina, La Corte
1. Panillo Il Panino Del Terminillo
5 based on 181 reviews
Reviewed By flora043 - Xlendi, Malta
We've been to this place a few times already. It's a small snack bar, where they prepare delicious Panini. You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to fillings do your bread. The people running the shop are very warm and friendly.
2. Bar Terminillo
4 based on 181 reviews
Reviewed By bikergordy - Harrow Ontario
Very good food and service,waiter was a hoot.we really enjoyed the atmosphere and quaintness of the restaurant and the waiter did not speak english ,but he still communicated very well and made us feel right at homeand was quite funny.
3. Sfizi di Iri
4 based on 291 reviews
Reviewed By MarcoEtGiusy - Tarquinia, Italy
Trying to escape the heat, we had lunch here enjoying the cool air. The he food was good, the amatriciana was tasty but not oily and the cicoria was really good. The staff was nice and efficient. A nice place.Thanks ✌✌✌
4. Ristorante La Foresta
4 based on 547 reviews
Reviewed By leech_family - London England
very good out of town choice
The trip up the hill to la Foresta, just outside Rieti, requires faith the restaurant does exist – SatNav directions are hopelessly inaccurate. It is there and very popular too, a large restaurant with one of the longest wine lists I have ever seen (get recommendations from your waiter). Food generally excellent with a fried “tempura” style veg selection a particular highlight. A wide ranging menu covers fish, meat and pasta choices.
5. Rosce Caffe
4 based on 202 reviews
Reviewed By Quiche66
Genuino nell'accoglienza e nella proposta culinaria.L'accoglienza è semplice e cordiale, lo stesso il menù come ci si aspetta in un locale dove ci si reca per mangiare una bella porzione di polenta o una grigliata.Come trovarsi a casa di amici. Ci torneremo sicuramente
6. Cantina Centro d'Italia
4 based on 939 reviews
Reviewed By worldcitizeninrome - Rome, Italy
Buonissimo!!!! Super delicious!
This is a lovely little family restaurant. I felt like we had really really delicious home cooked food. Dishes that I had never had before, so simple yet so delicious. We told the chef/ restaurant owner that we didn't really know what to order but wanted to try a few things. He brought out 3 different pasta dishes, soooooo good! And a meatloaf dish. He would have brought out dessert but we were stuffed! Whatever olive oil he used was also delicious. You could taste the flavor yet it did not overpower.I would definitely go back and would recommend this place when looking for places to eat in Rieti. I would call and book, and if you drive you can give the owner your licence plate number so that you can enter the restricted historical center where the restaurant is located. He was incredibly accommodating and made what we asked for for our 1.5 yr old daughter and very understanding about bringing the bill quick as our kid started to get tired and a little cranky by the end of our delicious meal. All in all an excellent food and dining experience. The owner is really gracious and accommodating which makes the experience all the more better considering Italy is not known for great customer service. But this place doesn't have that problem.
7. Ristorante da Valerio
4 based on 373 reviews
Reviewed By madmike65 - Rome, Italy
What a meal
we popped in on spec for dinner whilst staying at Cittaducale and were impressed by everything at Da Valerio.The staff were top notch and the food is to die for albeit I had to ask for a doggy bag to take some away with me as it was impossible to finish a starter and a main ( and i am an 87Kg bloke...........).OH had a seafood starter that was incredible - I think we were the only foreigners in this restaurant - a top italian experience and there is a Hotel there too! Recommended in the strongest possible terms.
8. La Trota
5 based on 404 reviews
Reviewed By hermans993 - Oegstgeest, The Netherlands
Well worth it's two Michelin stars
It has been a long time ago since I was at a restaurant with two Michelin stars but it was well worth the money. It is clear that the Trip advisor rating system can't apply to this high category of restaurants so don't compare it with my other ratings. I have added some photo's to give an impression since it is hard to describe the highly creative quality of this restaurant. Special compliments for the very friendly service and not too formal ambience. My favorite was probably the stuffed artichoke which got them a price in 2011, the egg inside that is still liquid is a good combination with the crusty outside. They are renowned for their fresh water fish dishes, as a main dish we had pike from the lake and that was excellent.
9. Trattoria La Palazzina
4 based on 411 reviews
The oldest Restaurant in Rieti, since 1910! Local food, Italian dishes and superior quality meat and cold cuts. Home made pasta and best desserts. Nice garden, car park, free wi-fi, free camper area.
Reviewed By ToddMD - Monterey, California
After over a year in Italy, Best Lunch.
After living in Italy for over a year this is the best lunch I have had. The real highlight was La Bobba which is a pepper, vegetables, salami on toasted bread. The house starter was very good. All the food was fantastic. The outdoor seating was superb. I will definitely go back.Thank you so much for your review, We're very proud of it! The appetizer you ate was "La Bomba", which is the Italian for "The Bomb", with typical salami and cheese from southern Italy (Calabria). We're waiting you back soon, and dont forget to try our pepper dishes from "The Chili Pepper Workshop" (Officina del Peperoncino)!!! Our best regards
10. La Corte
4 based on 332 reviews
Reviewed By leech_family - London England
favourite restaurant in Rieti
This was our favourite restaurant during our few days’ stay in Rieti, the one we chose to return to for our last night. Excellent freshly prepared food and a decent wine selection. Popular with locals as it was busy both evenings we visited. No particular stand-out dishes to mention, the waiter (who often is also the owner!) reads out for 4 or 5 sections for each course and none missed the mark.