Fodor's Expert Review Apollinare
Low wooden ceilings and flickering candlelight make this monastery from the 10th and 11th centuries Spoleto's most romantic spot; in warm weather you can dine under a canopy on the piazza across from the archaeological museum. The kitchen serves sophisticated, innovative variations on local dishes, including long, slender strengozzi with such toppings as cherry tomatoes, mint, and a touch of red pepper, or (in season) of porcini mushrooms or truffles.
Via Sant'Agata 14
Spoleto, Umbria 06049, Italy
- Modern versions of traditional Umbrian dishes
- Intimate and elegant setting
- Impeccable service