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Restaurant Bastioni del Moro

One of the best restaurants in Padua is Restaurant Bastioni del moro, where we recommend to try the chestnut mousse with persimmon sauce and hot apple tart with brittle ice-cream. The restaurant’s name comes from the bastions erected by Captain Giovanni Moro in the 16th century to defend the city of Padova. Just outside the old town, the restaurant is in front of the ramparts. It was inaugurated in 1994 by Giancarlo Toniolo and his wife Luisa Gazzetto, who still run it together with their daughter Alessia, maitre d’. Special attention is given to Venetian and Paduan cuisine (the restaurant is part of the Paduan Restaurant Owner Assosiation). The menu includes tasty fish dishes. The restaurant stands out for its flambé specialties: plates are cooked with the flambé lamp at the customer’s table by Patron Giancarlo. In cooperation with the Italian Coeliac Association, gluten-free dishes are also available. It also take part in the project called “Out of Home Restaurant”. In the menu, you can find whipped baccalà (salt cod) with fried Porcini mushrooms, Venus rice with pumpkin, zucchini and shrimp, tuna in hazelnut pastry crust and, as a dessert, pomegranate mille-feuille with Moscato wine cream.

Reserve a table at Restaurant Bastioni del moro

You can reserve a table at Restaurant Bastioni del moro by calling the phone number 049 8710006. You can also find more information about the restaurant by checking the website

Getting there

The restaurant is situated in Via Pilade Bronzetti 18, Padova.

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What to do nearby Restaurant Bastioni del moro

It only takes a few minutes’ walk to reach the center of Padova, with its controlled traffic zone. You may also enjoy visiting the main squares of the city (Piazza Erbe, Piazza Frutta, Piazza dei Signori, Piazza Duomo)




 

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