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Having researched trattorias in Palmanova we decided on Al Gambero mostly because it was highly rated in another site, and because the prices were to be less expensive.
Just looking at the outside gives one a happy feeling, and when you venture inside, you find a large, but cozy trattoria. Cozy because there are many smaller rooms with a color and decor that is pleasant. They have a large menu, fish items, salads and appetizers from the foods of the area, but I chose a pizza.
I have lived in Italy for going on 4 years now, and I have to admit that this pizza was by far the best I have ever eaten. Everyone at the table, there were 7 of us, agreed with me. I am the only non Italian...
I did see a wonderful dish of spaghetti with mussels and prawns. See photos of all
The service was fast, the trattoria was super clean and the bathrooms were the same. I went into the cooking area and it was immaculate and efficient looking. The owner and his wife work the main area and are more than friendly.
I believe the if you are in Palmanova, you would not go wrong choosing Al Gambero.
Favorite Dish: I had the Diavola, which is a pizza with salami piccanti.. hot salami from the south.
Prices were reasonable.
Take a look at this page, to see the happy owner and some of their specialties are listed at the bottom of the page. This guy is the real deal, really happy and glad to see his customers are pleased with their meal.
Written Jul 23, 2012
Address: Scamozzi, 2, 33057 Palmanova Udine
Phone: 0432 928461
Palmanova is situated very close to the A4 highway, 10-15km far from Udine. The most easiest and comfortable way to get it is by car. In case you are traveling around Italy by public transportation, I suppose the best is to take the local bus from nearby Udine.
Written Apr 11, 2005
With the strong advertising in Lignano Sabbiadoro, and in all the ways around it...
With the need to pass there to visit Udine...
Could I ever escape this mall? Impossible!
We went there, and felt like in Portugal since in Carregado, near Lisbon, there's an outlet named Campera that seems made by the same architect. Or, maybe, the outlets start seeming all alike to me!
Fortunately we didn't waste much time there - Fernanda is not too interested in outlets, the visit was only a kind of obligation - and, after a fast sausage in a fast restaurant, and a fast general look of the shops' entrance (90 they say!), we had a fast retreat.
My revenge - The visit of the city. I won, this time!
Written Dec 12, 2011