Verona Ristorante Al Pompiere

The Verona Ristorante Al Pompiere opened in the first half of the last century. It started out as a simple inn, run by a retired fireman who never gave it a name. For this reason, its customers called it “Al Pompiere” (The Fireman’s), in honour of the inn keeper and founder. Over the years, the inn has changed hands many times, it has been extended and new dishes have been included on its menu. It is a stylish restaurant with a warm, welcoming atmosphere, wooden furniture and black and white photos on the walls. One of the corners of the main dining room holds 35 different types of cold cuts: Natalino is a true connoisseur and will advise you which one to choose. Next to this corner, there is the cheese counter with approximately a hundred typologies of Italian cheese. Seating is for approximately 50 people: the main dining room can hold up to 35 while the smaller one holds 15 people.

Specialities
The dishes are typical of the Veronese and Veneto cuisine: simply cooked but tasty. In particular, we recommend as first dishes: pasta and bean soup, bigoli (local home-made spaghetti) with sardines, gnocchi, risottos and tagliatelle with seasonal vegetables; as main courses: oven-baked shank of pork with mashed potatoes, Vicenza-style salt cod, horsemeat stew with polenta, spring onion omelette. Our desserts are also all home-made: tiramisu, chocolate cake with orange sauce, trifle, millefeuille, semifreddo, ice creams.

Make a reservation - Book a table

If you would like to book a table, please call one of our dedicated team on 01223 637331 or email info@bellarome.com