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Vistalago Bistro, Erbusco

Via Vittorio Emanuele 23, 25030 Erbusco BS, Italy
Vistalago Bistro Review
4 Star Rating
29 August 2014Vistalago BistroTags: Erbusco, Italy, Italian reviewsThe Bill: £48 per head

Hotel l’Albereta offers a great casual dining restaurant, the Vistalago Bistro. The best thing about the Vistalago is the delightful view over the surrounding countryside. Seated on the terrace, you almost feel suspended in the air, and on a warm summer’s night, this is a magical and romantic setting.

Turning to the menu, we decided to begin with Prosciutto ham with pickled artichokes, assorted local salami, we followed this with spaghetti in fresh tomato and basil sauce and Tonarelli pasta with Peccorino cheese and black pepper sauce.

"Simple, well prepared food in a heavenly setting"

We enjoyed our selections, which were beautifully presented and full of local flavours, and we finished with a selection of local cheeses. We accompanied this with a bottle of good Chianti – this simple food did not seem to warrant anything more extravagant. Coffee was excellent, and we ordered a very fine brandy for sipping, as we were tempted to linger in this lovely setting.

As dedicated foodies, we probably should have chosen to eat in the gourmet LeoneFelice Restaurant, which unfortunately was closed during our visit we would have undoubtedly chosen to sample the delights of raw violet prawns and veal’s head! Although we enjoyed what we ate in the Vistalago.

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