Garfagnana food : Your guide to eating out in the region
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Pictures of this restaurant (1)La Mocchia, Barga -
Perhaps I should have paid more heed to the references to karaoke in previous comments. In the event I managed to escape before the `entertainment` started, thank goodness. Ravioli with ragu was tasty and plentiful, but tepid. Pizza was good. House white was very drinkable. Tap water in a carafe was charged for! €30 for two reasonable. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Terrazza, Albiano Barga -
On a busy night, the place was full and the service was a bit slow as a result, but as ever the food was wholesome and plentiful; the welcome warm; and the bill was €30. Pizza nostromo (tonno e cipolle) was as crisp and thin as ever (well done, Fabrizio). - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Il Flamingo, Gallicano -
Ravioli and ragu was delicious, as was pizza (tonno e cipolle). House white very drinkable. All up €30 for two - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Mora, Ponte a Moriano -
On this lunch-time visit we had the fish menu degustation. It was a true delight. Everything cooked to perfection and a torrent of delicate flavours. Service was, as ever, super-efficient, by which I mean just right - neither rushed nor slow - perfectly orchestrated. A Buonamico white rounded it all off nicely. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (1)Il Ponte di Ceserana, Ceserana -
Antipasto was not offered, which is normal without a reservation. Tortelli of various meats with a ragu and bechamel sauce were delightful. As were mushroom tortelli with a light pesto sauce. Neither piping hot, which was disappointing. Two meat dishes for mains with vegetables, water, a bottle of wine and coffee for 38 euros is amazing value. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Cantina, Ghivizzano -
A gentle Sunday lunch. Too hot to sit outside, but the air-conditioning inside was great. Antipasto misto was a feast as usual. Tortellini al ragu was delicious but not quite piping hot. Orate was succulent, even if the `at your table` filleting left a few bones. House white was smooth and crisp, but lively, as they say (slightly frizzante). Service attentive but not intrusive, as always. Not quite at the top of their game this time. €54 plus tip. - Tim

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