Osteria dell'Oca's rustic surroundings are both warm and inviting. Every surface is adorned with images and ornaments of geese, after which this restaurant is named.As the owner of the restaurant himself says, Oca Giuliva is never closed and always full of young students, as well as families and groups of friends. The staff are very friendly and helpful and are happy to accomodate most dietary needs, especially children.The simple traditional Italian cuisine, with a selection of dishes from Puglia, is excellent. Whether you choose the mixed fried seafood, buffulo mozzerella from Mondragone or a selection of grilled meats, everything is extremely fresh and cooked to perfection. Oca Giuliva also has a "specials" menu - definitely order the ossobuco with saffron rice or linguine with lobster, you won't regret it. If you are planning to go for Sunday lunch, make sure you book in advance.
Viale Bligny, 29
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 - 16:32