walk along the narrow paved roads of the picturesque comune of Bellagio, climb up a few stairs and boom! come across a beautiful 51 year old restaurant and its irresistible terrace. named after the Latin-derived old title of Bellagio, “ristorante bilacus”(means two lakes) offers some good old fine Italian cuisine. properly updated and equipped wine cellar present! grab a metal vintage patio chair, your favorite glass of wine and just paint the sky.
wine w/ a view
grab a metal vintage patio chair, your favorite glass of wine and just paint the sky.
there you can taste some aromatic ravioli di magro(cheese filled) with butter and sage, a slick beef fillet with green peppers and of course the Bellagio typical, a mouthful, gently fried perch fillet risotto – the original boiled rice version you can find at chef Aurelio’s other family run place, “trattoria San Giacomo“. locals know best!
ravioli di magro w/ butter & sage
beef fillet w/ green peppers
perch fillet risotto
Mr. Aurelio Gandola owner/chef & Mr. Angelo Ostinelli former owner (right side)
the Bellagio typical, a mouthful, gently fried perch fillet risotto..
so go my friends, for some lakeside view “reparation”.
“ristorante bilacus” Salita Serbelloni 45, Bellagio, Italy, tel: +39 031 950480