This is one of the city's marvels, a temple of gastronomy, a monument, a point of reference—it would be a sin not to eat here if you are in ... More
Antica Trattoria Suban
This is one of the city's marvels, a temple of gastronomy, a monument, a point of reference—it would be a sin not to eat here if you are in Trieste. The atmosphere is refined, the service praiseworthy. Inside, there is seating for more than 100— and more in the garden. The cuisine is central European with local and modern influences. Among the favourites are the truffle fondue, veal shank, ham in pastry, and the Risotto alle Erbe del Carso. Among the desserts, the Semifreddo di Papa and the chocolate souffle are sensational. The wine list offers everything and prices are reasonable.
Went back to Trieste with my in-laws for a holiday, they originaly lived in Santana, 50+ years ago, a cousin suggested that we all go to Suban as the owner is a friend of theres. I would recommend the restaurant to anybody, service very good, food very good,
nothing was too much trouble, I was the only member of the dining party that could not speak Italian, the staff included me in all the conversations. Will definately go back to Subans when we next visit Triest.
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