All’Antico Portico

An old-style kitchen, tipical of Treviso, in the shadow of the ‘Madonna Granda’ church.
Here this old-fashioned trattoria, located beneath arches of the XV century, almost half a century ago Irmo and Gina Schieven opened an Osteria ( later on managed by the popular ‘Clown lacrima’, Arturo Malossi).
The kitchen and the ‘ombra’ tradition resume after a short break. Thus these have never ceased, and the new manager, Maurizio Filippucci, set up to restore more traditions that had been forgotten in the ‘Marca’…..
Besides the ‘cicchetteria’, which serves only typical products, the restaurant offers an appetizing gastronomy:
Courgette flowers with truffle, hand made pasta, veal cheek, Venetian salted cod called baccalà, cooked with lots of love by the owner’s mother, and besides these many other dishes.
The wines and the ambience are also entirely of Treviso.
During recent works to the structure, the beems of the antique ceiling have been found, other than some fresco decorations which used to embellish the walls.
Maurizio Filippucci, the manager, after many years of experience in this business, having worked in different restaurants and hotels, decided to create this little corner representing the ‘Marca Trevisana’. Here he tries to satisfy the needs of every client, with kindness and comprehension.
We must not forget the chef, who is the pillar of strength of the restaurant, and brings his experience and creativity for suggesting traditional local dishes… Come to try!


The chef, which is the backbone of the restaurant that with its experience and creativity offers typical dishes in the area.


Treviso also strictly wines and the environment. Read the wine list, and let them carry by their pleasant taste.


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All’Antico Portico
All’Antico Portico
All’Antico Portico
All’Antico Portico