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Closes soon: 22:00
$$$$ Price range per person 17-34 €
Contrada del Collegio, 31, San Marino
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San Marino, San Marino

Besides Museo di Stato, visit La Terrazza in the vicinity. On the menu, you can choose perfectly cooked ravioli, antipasto and ricotta. You can always enjoy tasty parfait, gelato and tiramisu at this restaurant.

The wine list is extensive, it can satisfy the needs of all visitors. Cappuccino is delicious, try it. The fabulous service and the energetic staff are its big pluses. You will like adequate prices. You will appreciate the fine decor and peaceful atmosphere of La Terrazza. This place is rated on Google 4.4 by its guests. Browse the menu online and be ready to order tasty food at this spot.

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Outdoor seating

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Not good and completely overpriced!We had the vegan meal here. The gnocchi were alright but nothing worth remembering. The vegetables were very disappointing. The ‘sautéed wild vegetables’ were boiled spinach without seasoning. The salad was simply lettuce leaves - no other vegetables. The dessert did not come as advertised (parts missing) and was equally disappointing. The view is nice if you get a window seat and it’s daytime. Otherwise not worth it. Would not recommend.
If I was simply rating the experience, it would be 1 star. The food was OK at best - certainly the most underwhelming meal I’ve ever had in Italy. With a 4.5 star average and a #3 ranking in San Marino on Trip Advisor, my wife and I expected far more. Food = 2/5Ambiance/environment = 2/5Service = 1/5Price = 2/5Overall experience = 2/5Professionalism = 1/5My wife and I made a reservation here about a month ago and the beautiful pictures of the terrace with the castle walls and rolling hills had us excited. In reality, the restaurant is entirely enclosed in a tent and the ambiance is less than impressive. After waiting for 10 minutes our server greeted us and we ordered. He neglected to check on food allergies, and my wife ordered the monk fish. Unbeknownst to us, it came in a “fish sauce” that was actually a stew filled with clams. She’s severely allergic to clams. After she had already eaten some of the fish she realized and asked the server. One server said, “No, there are no clams.” Another server said, “Yes, there are clams.” It was messy and confusing. Rather than offer to take it off the bill, check to see if she needed medical attention etc, they proceeded to put the blame on us, “You’re in Italy...it’s your job to know these things. This isn’t America.” Well, it’s also not italy. We are in San Marino, right? The truffle pasta we ordered tasted like noodles and butter - but no truffle. The veal cheek was pretty tasty. The bread wasn’t very good. The salad was awful (tasted liked a bagged salad from the grocery store). The roasted potatoes were ok once we finally salted them. The olive oil was good. At the end of the day, the meal, the environment, the service, and the overall experience were underwhelming and disappointing. If that’s the #3 restaurant in San Marino, maybe it’s best to drive back into Italy and eat in Rimini or just make San Marino a day trip from Bologna (1 hr 45 min drive) to explore the castles/towers at sunset. Then drive back to Bologna and have an amazing meal at 1 of the literally 100s of amazing restaurants. Honestly, the best part of the meal was the olive oil. That was actually good. Figured I’d end on a positive note. Oh, and yes, my wife is ok thankfully. Otherwise this would be more than just a bad review.
Great view but food was really so so. Got a rack of lamb but they didn’t ask me how it should be cooked, ended up sort of medium, medium well and “sautéed wild vegetables” appeared to be boiled spinach. Eh. So so.
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Contrada del Collegio, 31, San Marino, San Marino
Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Сredit cards accepted Booking No delivery No takeaway
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:00-14:30, 19:00-22:00
MondayMon 12:00-14:30, 19:00-22:00
TuesdayTue Closed
WednesdayWed 12:00-14:30, 19:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-14:30, 19:00-22:00
FridayFri 12:00-14:30, 19:00-22:00
SaturdaySat 12:00-14:30, 19:00-22:00
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