Climbing up the hill where the enchanting Arquà Petrarca lies, it will easily find our restaurant among the olive trees.
Elegant atmosphere, since 1957 run by the owners, now as then, proposes recipes of the past revisited using its products such as vegetables, wine, olive oil, cured meats, pasta, bread and cakes, daily products tune with the seasons.
The restaurant immersed in the splendor of the Euganean Hills is waiting for your important days, such as weddings and parties in the large room, and dinners by candlelight heated by the warmth of the fireplace in the smaller and courtyard.
In summer you can dine in the beautiful terrace overlooking the Euganean Hills.
- The restaurant is air-conditioned throughout
- Free WiFi
- Lunch: 12:00 to 14:30
- Dinner: 19:30 to 22:30
- Monday all day
- Tuesday at lunch
Salt and environments
The Val Pomaro restaurant is divided into different environments:
the intimate inner room, the large living room for larger groups,
the sober outside terrace and the large square outside for receptions.
The great room
The restaurant offers a large hall with about 200 seats, air-conditioned. Renovated in 1996, it is used exclusively for banquets, weddings office meeting. Very elegant, with frescoed walls with paintings that reproduce the original sixteenth-present in Petrarca’s house, while the ceiling offers a play of light thanks to the Venetian stucco.
The inner room
The restaurant features an indoor room with a maximum capacity of 50 people; very cozy and elegant, inside the atmosphere in the winter, is heated by a wood-burning fireplace that makes it even more suggestive refined candlelit dinners. In summer comfort it was assured air from the air.
For those who want to dine outside in the summer there is a cool terrace, surrounded by greenery and ventilated by a pleasant breeze that breaks the grip of the summer heat. The exterior of the restaurant is very well-groomed, has a large square used for parking, and a place for the preparation of fresh banquets; It surrounded by ancient olive trees personally taken care of by Horace Bonello and offers a panorama of the high-impact downstream.