Italy in Monaco

I don’t often go to Monaco, but enjoy it when I do go there – recently I decided to have lunch at an authentic Italian restaurant, Il Terrazzino.  I figured it must be the real deal, as the servers and everyone seated near me were speaking Italian – maybe I had crossed the border without realizing it!

The place was very colorfully and nicely decorated, as I sat next to a wall painted as a large vegetable basket, and they were actually displaying baskets and items of specialties at the entrance.  No way could you miss finding the bathroom either!

The food was excellent, service was efficient and friendly, and the overall ambiance “bellisimo”!

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8 thoughts on “Italy in Monaco

  1. frank says:

    Thanks for the reccomendation, and –as usual– great photos (I didn’t understand what you meant about finding the bathroom until I saw your photo album)!

  2. Thanks – It was a colorful dining experience, for sure!

  3. colormusing says:

    Sounds (and looks) divine!

  4. Thanks, Lindy – it was!

  5. cteachr says:

    I can’t think of a better dining experience than when I visited Cannes many years ago. The freshness of the ingredients, the flowers, the table settings, all contributed to the taste. We dined outdoors at le Suquet (sp?), the outdoor cafe street in Cannes. I will have to revisit and see if it’s still there.

  6. Happy to hear you have such good dining memories – eating is definitely visual, as well. Thanks so much for commenting.

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