From its humble beginnings in 1998 as a family-style trattoria, L’Oste Scuro has evolved into an elegant, artsy seafood restaurant. It is richly decorated in paintings, photographs, pottery, including a group of life-sized silhouette figures in the main dining room. Regarding the food, head chef and owner Simone Lugobon focuses on the complementary flavors of local, seasonal ingredients and the changing selection of fresh seafood. Among their regular offerings is an appetizer of bluefish served in a creamy cauliflower sauce and fried leeks; a crisply refreshing crab salad; fresh catch-of-the-day baked in crunchy salt crust; and Livorno-style seafood soup. Most of the menu items are designed for sharing, making it ideal for families and groups of friends meeting up after a visit to the Arena or Castelvecchio.
Serving traditional Veronese dishes, such as meals featuring donkey and horse meat, Osteria... Read more