Garfagnana food : Your guide to eating out in the region
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Placeholder only, because there are no pictures of this restaurant (0)Ristorante da Beppe, Coreglia Antelminelli -
It has been years since we visited this out of the way establishment. Elsewhere the reviews are mixed. I remember a warm welcome and some great mushrooms - TimA

Pictures of this restaurant (1)Alpino, Barga -
Hard to believe that we pass this place on a daily basis but have never before ventured in. Some good reviews on trip advisor however tempted us in last week. It is a strange place to be sure: something of a time shift. If you want to see how Northern Tuscany was 30-40 years ago, this is THE place to go. Nothing has changed from other establishments I remember of that period. That said, the food etc of that time was great and so it is in Alpino. Service ever so friendly. - TimA

Placeholder only, because there are no pictures of this restaurant (0)La Taverna di Emma, Pisa -
What a find (thanks to TripAdvisor). We had a sumptuous prompt one course feast here today and were delighted. Friendly service, chef came round to say hello, brilliant assortment of bread, clear that passion went into the cooking. Air-conditioned! And very reasonable. Worth the extra 20 metre walk from the tourist traps next to the leaning tower. Did not have wine so cannot comment. - TimA

Pictures of this restaurant (1)La Lanterna di Mario, Lido di Camaiore -
Returned for lunch to this haunt of a good many years ago as we were passing that way this week. Almost a time warp: nothing had changed. I cannot say we tested the current offer very hard, because we only had a plate of pasta, but that was good and the people at the table next to us seemed to be tucking in with gusto (and not for the first time, I think). - TimA

Placeholder only, because there are no pictures of this restaurant (0)Al Barchetto, Turritecava -
Great value Sunday lunch. Four of us ate really well for 80 euros. An antipasto misto and fried pasta with stracciata was more than enough for four and delicious. For mains we had the fillet of beef with lardo, spag bol, fritto misto and tagliata - all excellent and large portions. Rounded off with coffees, wine and water we all had a thoroughly good time. And all the while a peaceful view of the lake under the awning but 'fuori'. Service was attentive but not intrusive. No wonder the place was heaving. - BargaTim

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

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