TRE GOBBI

TRE GOBBI

Description

The long-standing Tre Gobbi restaurant is a place with a century-old history, deeply linked to one of Bergamo’s most illustrious characters, the opera composer Gaetano Donizetti.

The “TRE GOBBI” restaurant was managed by Michele Bettinelli (1792-1868), friend of the artists of the time and in particular, friend and admirer of Gaetano Donizetti. So much so, that the great musician appears to have had frequent visits to the establishment when he was in the city.

Today the restaurant has undergone substantial changes, both in terms of the space and the furnishings. It has however, maintained the same layout of the old nineteenth-century restaurant and its refined style with attention to detail that puts the customer at ease, while making it clear that the restaurant is rich in history.

 

The Menu

One of the mottoes of the Osteria dei Tre Gobbi is sharing. For this reason, on the menu there are several traditional Bergamasco dishes to share: cured meats platter, cheese platter, Polenta and Baccalà, Polenta Taragna etc.

Between appetisers, first and second courses, there is a good assortment of dishes with both meat and fish. There is also no shortage of typical Bergamo-style casoncelli.

At lunchtime, however, as well as having an a la carte lunch, you can choose the fixed price menu. The two-course menu (first and second courses, glass of wine, water and coffee), the one-course menu (first or second course, glass of wine, water and coffee) or the salad menu (salad, glass of wine, water and coffee).


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The long-standing Tre Gobbi restaurant is a place with a century-old history, deeply linked to one of Bergamo’s most illustrious characters, the opera composer Gaetano Donizetti.

The “TRE GOBBI” restaurant was managed by Michele Bettinelli (1792-1868), friend of the artists of the time and in particular, friend and admirer of Gaetano Donizetti. So much so, that the great musician appears to have had frequent visits to the establishment when he was in the city.

Today the restaurant has undergone substantial changes, both in terms of the space and the furnishings. It has however, maintained the same layout of the old nineteenth-century restaurant and its refined style with attention to detail that puts the customer at ease, while making it clear that the restaurant is rich in history.

 

The Menu

One of the mottoes of the Osteria dei Tre Gobbi is sharing. For this reason, on the menu there are several traditional Bergamasco dishes to share: cured meats platter, cheese platter, Polenta and Baccalà, Polenta Taragna etc.

Between appetisers, first and second courses, there is a good assortment of dishes with both meat and fish. There is also no shortage of typical Bergamo-style casoncelli.

At lunchtime, however, as well as having an a la carte lunch, you can choose the fixed price menu. The two-course menu (first and second courses, glass of wine, water and coffee), the one-course menu (first or second course, glass of wine, water and coffee) or the salad menu (salad, glass of wine, water and coffee).


Accessibility

Accessibility values

  • Bagno con maniglioni Bagno con maniglioni

The restaurant is wheelchair accessible.

Entrance from public sidewalk with coplanar pavement, entrance threshold of about 6cm, connected with a small ramp. Hinged entrance door with internal opening, 88cm wide.

The bathroom is accessible and is located on the same floor as the restaurant. Swing door with opening to the outside, 78cm wide, slightly limited by the presence of removable furnishings. It has adequate manoeuvring space for a frontal and diagonal approach to the toilet bowl, it is equipped with a fixed handle on the right and folding on the left of the toilet bowl, positioned rather high. There is a small ante-room about 1 metre by 1 metre wide.

Entrance threshold height: 6cm

Entrance door width: 88cm

Toilet height: 50cm.

Height of the bathroom sink: 80cm, with frontal approach.

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