Garfagnana food : Your guide to eating out in the region
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Pictures of this restaurant (1)La Poiana, Camporgiano -
Another new restaurant for the Camporgiano area! And another really good one at that! The restaurant is part of a new 'holiday village' that's being developed in a beautiful spot in the hills between Camporgiano and Vitoio. The restaurant is bright and airy, with a large panoramic terrace. The 10 euro weekday lunch menu has all the classic Garfagnana dishes. We tried the zuppa di farro, pasta ragu, roast beef and a fresh fruit and local cheese plate. Everything was truly excellent. There was an impressive wine list but were more than happy with a very good house red. The service was marvellous and the chef even came out to ask if we'd enjoyed our meal. A nice touch, I thought. We plan to return to try the special fish menu which is available on Friday evenings. I'll report back! - Luisa

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Terrazza, Borgo a Mozzano -
How many times must we have passed this place without a second glance. Not quite true; we did notice the car-park full of trucks at lunch-times. So we gave it a try this week. It was full of workers for the `menu di lavoro` at 12 euros. If that doesn't deter you, then you will be very pleasantly surprised by the selection available, the quality of the food and the friendly service, oh and the air-conditioning (it was 35 outside). The carpaccio di manzo con rucola e parmigiana was brilliant. Linen napkins a decent house white (included in the 12 euros) all made us plan for a definite return visit. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Cantina, Ghivizzano -
The restaurant has been sold. It is not known at this point what the new owners` intentions are. Let me know if you find out. - Admin

Pictures of this restaurant (1)Ristorante Cristallo, Fornaci di Barga -
We first went here a few weeks ago for a birthday lunch. The food was really good and the service was excellent. We recommended it to other friends who have since tried it and agree that it is an exceptional place. We went again for lunch today and thoroughly enjoyed the risotto and cannelloni for our first courses and everyone had the veal Valdostana for mains. Absolutely delicious! Again, the service was excellent and the price, 10 euros per person including wine, was amazing. - Luisa

Pictures of this restaurant (1)Ristoro Kanagia, Camporgiano -
Great little place recently opened in the main piazza of Camporgiano. Does a 10 euro lunch menu Tues-Sat. We thoroughly enjoyed the pasta course, the veal in mushroom sauce was really tasty and the house red wine was very good. We also ordered a mushroom pizza, cooked in the traditional pizza oven. It was excellent. The service was friendly and the atmosphere most welcoming. We're delighted to have such a nice new place in our area. - Luisa

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Al Vecchio Tino, Casola in Lunigiana -
What a great find. Not at all where we expected (it is in the Fraz. di Fivizzano, not Fivizzano itself which is 16 kms away). Having found it, the welcome was fabulously warm and the setting on a sunny spring day overlooking the valley peaceful and breathtaking all at the same time. Then the food: bellissimo. Antipasto della casa (half portion) would have served two (almost). Zuppa di canellini e cozze (mussels) was brilliant (and no shells - whoopee); Tagliata with mushrooms (half portion again plenty) was succulent and `melt in the mouth`. In place of salmon trout, the salmerino (brook trout) with carciofi and mushrooms had been braised in a bag and was a brilliant combination of flavours. House wines were not so great: drinkable, but next time we would probably select from a good wine list. 2.5 courses for two, water, coffee, wine, etc €60. Pretty good value and we were offered digestivi on the house. - Tim

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