- Tartare di tonno e avocado - Picture of Vitello d'Oro, Udine
- Udine’s 150-year-old restaurant Vitello d’Oro gets a refurb
- Vitello d'Oro
- Vitello d'Oro, Udine
Tartare di tonno e avocado - Picture of Vitello d'Oro, Udine
Ristorante "VITELLO D'ORO" - Via E. Valvason, 4, Udine, Italy - Rated based on Reviews "The meal was very good and the service was.2017 the what is fancy means ultime estrazioni 10 e lotto 5 minuti
Gli appassionati della cucina deliziosa saranno entusiasti del nostro locale. La nostra deliziosa cucina vi coccola con un vasta offerta di ricette gustose e di bevande. Da noi siete sempre i benvenuti. Veniteci a trovare! Saremo lieti di avervi con noi. Vi aspettiamo tutti gli altri giorni!
Vitello d'Oro is one old restaurant with tradition and good food in the center of Udine. We were visiting this restaurant for the first time and ware positive surprised, started with a proseco from the area and small wellcome from the kitchen i knew this would not be a normal dinner. The chef did a perfect job everithing was just superb from the starter till chocolate coffe desert. Thank you for this great experiance Vitello d' Oro, i'm already looking forward to come back soon! Visited Vittello d Oro for the first time with good friends. Restaurant has a great location in the very center of Udine.
The oldest ristorante in this ancient Italian town has been tastefully remodelled. The area — a flat plain at the foot of snow-capped mountains — is steeped in history. Legend has it that Attila The Hun founded not only the town of Udine, but also the knoll it was built upon. Apparently he thought the landscape was too flat and had his soldiers build a hill with his quarters on top — which grew into Udine. The space was freshened and modernised while historical elements were preserved — like the medieval city wall that literally traverses the restaurant pictured below.
This is now a cheap restaurant, but the innovative combinations of flavours make this a gastronomic experience. We had an astonishing squid dish, followed by a beautifully cooked linguine with anchovies. The main course of fillet of bream was just right. Waiter was attentive and A delicious appetizer commenced our excellent 3 course dinner.
Hotels Restaurants Tourist sites Traffic Weather 2. Vitello d'Oro. Recently renovated, this refined and elegant restaurant offers classic dishes, but also proposes tasty additions to them. Nice service in the open air. Where to eat nearby. Pepata di Corte.
Udine’s 150-year-old restaurant Vitello d’Oro gets a refurb
We love the idea of a restaurant with its history dating back to The location of Udine in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region between Austria and Slovenia is an ages-old crossroads and trading centre that has seen dozens of nationalities and rulers, tastes and styles, fashions and fads. But the love of good food permeates the region and Udine, like so many other Italian cities, claims the title of the culinary capital of the region, if not the entire country.
The original elements of the premises that were already visible, such as the Venetian terrazzo flooring and the wooden beams of the hall, have been restored to their splendor by a masterful conservative restoration work and enhanced by an accurate dedicated lighting project. The hall of the restaurant has been designed as a place of welcome for excellence. The decision to relocate the main entrance to have it in central position respect to internal flows was fundamental; these structural gestures have widened the area and made it more open. This area welcomes the guests with soft padded lounge seating, elegant fabrics, and the bright wine display cabinet, in which are displayed the bottles of the restaurant's cellar. Entering the arch of the city walls you access one of the most unique rooms of the restaurant, a dark room decorated with a bucolic wallpaper. Here stands a 5 meters plane table, illuminated by three large brass suspension lamps, designed for great events, or more informal dinners.
Vitello d'Oro, Udine