Garfagnana food : Your guide to eating out in the region
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Pictures of this restaurant (2)Il Flamingo, Gallicano -
We had great pizza, nice and thin, well cooked and generously filled and T-bones the way you only get in Italy. Washed down with a very respectable house white. Shame about the venue, but, as you will see, the owners are moving to better premises. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Il Flamingo, Gallicano -
Not a review as such, more a notice. The current owners of this restaurant have announced that they are moving on 1 October to take over the `Tre Castelli`, just down the road towards Lucca. We wish them well in their new premises. - Admin

Pictures of this restaurant (1)Bar Roma, Ponte a Moriano -
It is easy to see why this is the truckers` favourite. The welcome is warn, yet the bar is air-conditioned. Good coffee and a wide selection of cakes/sandwiches. Outside seating. Finding this is going to be difficult with the new road trying to divert you at every turn, but persevere: it is worth it. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Scacciaguai, Barga -
We had a beautiful meal here in October 2007. The service was first class, the food was excellent, and as for value for money......32 euros for 3 courses, wine and coffee for 2!!!......this meal would cost 3 times as much in Glasgow and it wouldn't have tasted half as good!! I'd recommend anyone visiting Barga to eat here. - Al

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Cantina, Ghivizzano -
We re-discovered La Cantina this week, in the sense that we went for a weekday lunch and had the €10/head set menu, which is what we had done in its old location 10+ years ago and so marvelled at the value for money. There was plenty of variety in the menu - I think 5 starters and 5 mains and 3 sides. The pappardelle with squid as a starter was really delicious. House white was suitably dry and crisp. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2), -
This is my favourite restaurant in the area for the quality of its food, the friendliness of the owners and the amazing views from the dining terrace. The menu changes every day but we recently ate a tasty antipasti of crostini with fresh tomatoes and mushrooms (specially put together for my vegetarian guest), farro with mushrooms, home made maccheroni with ragu, and then roasted pork with sauted artichokes and fried potatoes, again home made, not frozen! The dessert was a mixture of bite-size pieces of a nutty tart and a ricotta cake, accompanied by an excellent dessert wine. The wine was a very drinkable house wine. The bill came to just under 25 euros for both of us. Marvellous! Need to point out that it`s not open for dinner on week nights during the winter months. - Luisa

 
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