Top 8 foods in Galzignano Terme, Province of Padua
Discover the best food in Galzignano Terme, Italy including Trattoria al Bigolaro, Alla Vigna, Antica Trattoria da Taparo, Ristorante La Cantinetta, Convivium ai Colli, Afazenda, Enoteca Per Bacco, La Tavolozza
1. Trattoria al Bigolaro
4 based on 577 reviews
Reviewed By 277dimitarg - Sofia, Bulgaria
authentic, Italian, tasty
This is a family restaurant, hidden in the spectacular landscape of Galzignano. Thanx to Tripadvisor we discovered it and recommend it to everyone. it is an authentic trattoria with tasty dishes, affordable and friendly. This place is an excellent example for the fact, that if the staff does not speak English, this is not a disaster, when friendly and competent people are taking care on guests with limited knowledge about the local cuisine.
2. Alla Vigna
4 based on 319 reviews
Reviewed By Saskiagrav - Padua, Italy
Its good and its bad
The setting is lovely, the dining rooms lovely , the waiters happy , professional and helpful. BUT , THE FOOD DOES NOT MATCH THE PLACE !The pasta dishes were bland and tasteless . The stuffed zucchini flowers with porcini ricotta flavourless , the steak tartar machine blended and boring. The Branzino was dry , overcooked and tasteless. My friend did not eat it after two bites and the waiter did not ask her what was wrong , she is too polite to complain , but in the car going home she did. The grilled vegetables had been grilled where the fish had been , so the melanzane was fish flavoured , not good , not good. This restaurant needs a good cook , a new chef , someone with standards good enough to match the dining room presentation.There were also only about twenty diners here on a saturday night , when those that were not closed for vacation were fully booked out. What does that tell you. I just think it was a shame .... Il posto e piacevole, e arredato con buon gusto. E cura dei particolari. Anche l'esterno e bello. Ma il clienti va ad un ristoranti , vanno per mangiare. I piatti di pasta ( 3) sono senza sapore. il Branzino e troppo cotto , quindi secco, e senza sapore.La verdura grillata, a avuto contatto con pesche , probibalmente grilliate in lo stesso posto di la branzino , e resulta quindi scradevole. La steak tartar e trittata in machina e non e saporita. La problema con questa ristorante e di il posto e meraviglioso ma la cucina va adeguata. La proprietario devo fare un investimento sul lo Chef altrimenti.
3. Antica Trattoria da Taparo
4 based on 638 reviews
Reviewed By 277dimitarg - Sofia, Bulgaria
authentic, Italian, friendly
We were informed about this restaurant by our hotel manager. it is hidden in the spectacular landscape of the Eugenian hills. the food was tasty, obviously authentic, not expensive and good prepared. There were, however, predominantly tourists, just 2 Italian couples were eating dinner. a very old Wisteria on the entrance, makes the impression of this nice restaurant complete. Good service, no WiFi however..
4. Ristorante La Cantinetta
4 based on 407 reviews
Reviewed By KITER57 - Padua, Italy
Well above average
The restaurant is "hidden" in a small side road near Abano and Montegrotto the two main spa area near Padova, you definitely to have a car and a GPS or be an "insider" to reach it. Nevertheless the search is worth the effort. The restaurant is quite large and very well furnished. The staff is definitely helpful, smiling, attentive and ready to advise. The menu is more or less divided half/half in meat and seafood dishes and it features some old classics like "polenta e schie" together with new and more modern proposals all of them quite interesting.The strong point, never the less , is the choice of wines. The list is definitely long and also features some good bottles coming from the near by Colli Euganei.One antipasto and either one primo piatto or secondo piatto with half a bottle of a good wine and dessert will take the final bill to about 40€ per person, definitely not too expensive and anyway coherent to the good quality of the over all experience. Enjoy! And in case you have a little bit...gone too far in tasting the wines...no worries, in the same building there is Hotel Diana! Get a room and sleep on your dinner!
5. Convivium ai Colli
4 based on 195 reviews
Nice and Romantic Restaurant in the heart of the Euganean Hills with a terrace looking at Val Pianzio.
Reviewed By erwinvdk - Heuvelland, Belgium
Correct food and lovely setting.
Nice terrace overlooking the valley. Family run restaurant with good home made pasta dishes. Friendly staff.We had to go inside due to a thunderstorm but the owner was so kind to keep us outside until the last moment.Dear Erwin ,Thank you for your visit! I well remember that night , it was equally nice to be able to dine on the terrace and pleasantly to the last ! See you soon!
4 based on 450 reviews
Buona sera se possibile chiedo gentilmente di torgliere l'informazione di cucina per vegetariani dal profilo del ristorante Afazenda, non siamo riusciti a farlo dal pannello di gestione, questo disguido ci ha portato a delle lamentele da parte dei nostri
Reviewed By Ros F - Woking
A great family restaurant
We've eaten here a number of times and it just seems to get better. The setting is lovely, the decor is tasteful and the ambience second to none.The food is excellent (try the risotto) and Marianne's desserts are partially responsible for the diet I now have to endure on return from our holiday!
7. Enoteca Per Bacco
4 based on 232 reviews
Reviewed By bathtravel123 - Bath, Maine
Come here for coffee or even better, a Spritzer!
We found the service to again be so pleasant and helpful. When trying to decide which of the many local wines to select, I was shown several bottles with explanations of all. There was no end of the patience shown, despite the fact all I ordered was a glass of wine. It is a popular spot for the locals and crowded around 7pm, so clearly, it has been discovered!
8. La Tavolozza
4 based on 401 reviews
Reviewed By SilverSnail - Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Slow Food, lovely outdoor dining area, shame about the background music!
As this is a Slow Food restaurant I was expecting something special, and was not disappointed. A friendly waiter recommended deep fried white asparagus which almost melted in the mouth, not at all chewy as asparagus can sometimes be. Many of the courses feature local ingredients, often wild herbs, and local dishes from the Padua area. My main course of sliced fresh tuna with vegetables was absolutely delicious. The restaurant is spacious and was quite busy for a Tuesday evening. The only small criticism was that pop music was playing in the backgrounds, not loudly, but enough to be distracting. Not everyone enjoys that kind of noise.