Casanova Restaurant

Casanova Restaurant

British

0.5 miles
Three Swans Hotel, 117 High Street, Hungerford, RG17 0LZ
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An atmosphere of Venice seeps through this small Berkshire town. Locals flock to Casanova for the restaurant's good value, authentic Italian menu that changes with the seasons. Striking Venetian masks enhance the walls of the comfortable restaurant area, where images of the famous Italian city evoke the owner's love of his homeland. A pavement café comes alive in the summer months, with Italian apple cake just one of the favourites with regular visitors to this Hungerford high street institution.

Coffee is Italian and is always taken seriously. Cream teas are a feature of afternoons in the spacious atrium area, where comfy chairs and modern art add to a relaxed atmosphere. A lazy Sunday lunch features a now famous roast, with supreme quality beef from the local butcher. Seasonal pasta and vegetarian specials are popular staples and super-fresh fish is another of the chef's passions. In the busy town bar, an interesting menu offers some of the best fish and chips in town, plus a good range of snacks and sandwiches. The Three Swans Hotel is an ancient coaching inn and friendly, attentive service is evident as you walk through the door here. At just an hour by fast train to London, it's also a popular cross country stopover for travellers from the West Country, the Midlands and the Cotswolds.
+2Casanova Restaurant
Open: Mon-Sun noon-10pm
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