Cangrande Ristorante & Enoteca / Verona

Via Dietro Listone Verona 37121
+39 045 595022
Opening Hours
Sun 12:30 - 15:00
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 18:00 - 22:00
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:30 - 14:30
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Gloria James-Civetta en
exellent food...recommend the tripe GooglePlace - July 2017
H Kwon en
Depends on what time you go, food service can be very long wait. If you don't want long wait, you can try to ask the meal to come out fast as possible to avoid any frustration. Food was great. I love that they serve a basket of warm bread and keep refilling with each dish when it's served. Complimentary pieces of parmesan as welcome plate from the kitchen is nice start. Gnocchi was good but quite different from what i had all over the world. I felt the gnocchi was overcooked as it was baked and therefore, this isn't my recommendation. Pumpkin ravioli is highly recommended. Wine list is big but a bit more pricier than other restaurants nearby. Maybe because i was alone or ordered quite a lot, the owner man gave me a free glass of grappa (or lemoncello but i chose grappa) with a plate of cookie. Overall, good service and good food. *Closed on Wednesdays!! GooglePlace - May 2017
Ikuka SEN en
Food are excellent but the service , we basically had to repeat at least twice for our requests, and we waited so long to get our food ordered.. GooglePlace - April 2017
Mathieu R. en
Really good food and wine. It's better to book the table to be sure. A bit more expensive than tourists restaurants because it's a real typical restaurant with good products. Good service! GooglePlace - October 2016
Samuel Nicorici en
Detail to ingredients matter here. The aged parmesan and balsamic vinegar really do taste better. Recommending Crepes, Ministroni soup and beef cheek (all the items we tried). We had a reservation, if they refuse to seat without reservation it's only your own fault. I appreciate a restaurant that will not sacrifice quality, service just to seat some late bloomers. If u want to do that, then seat at a tourist trap where they can fit 100 people like sardines and serve you frozen food. Anyhow, plates between $15-20 is on the high end, but it's definitely worth it! GooglePlace - October 2016