Casa Perbellini has an open kitchen so guests can watch their meals being prepared. The dining room only allows for 24 guests at a time but promotes an intimate atmosphere. With two Michelin stars, Chef Perbellini has become one of the most celebrated chefs in Italy, famous for his sesame wafer with branzino tartare and braised veal cheek.
Casa Perbellini, Piazza San Zeno, 16, Verona, Italy, +39 045 878 0860
Ristorante Oseleta serves dishes inspired by Venetian traditions. The inspired flavors are paired with carefully selected wines and the venue boasts beautiful views of the Veronese hills.
Ristorante Oseleta, Cavaion Veronese, Verona, Italy, + 39 045 723 5287
Popular Trattoria Dal Gal serves dishes that highlight local ingredients of the highest and freshest quality. The Trattoria is particularly famous for its homemade pastas paired with seasonal vegetables and wines from the Veneto region.
Trattoria Dal Gal, Via Don Gregorio Segala 39/B, Verona, Italy, +39 045 890 0966
Looking to try local food at modest prices? La Taverna di Via Stella creates traditional Veronese dishes which are simple and delicious. Try the patissada, a stew made from horse meat, look above your head and the hanging hams may help inspire you to keep trying more of what this little place has to offer.
La Taverna di Via Stella, Via Stella, 5/c, Verona, Italy, +39 045 800 8008