We came to Teresina on our last day in Bologna. It had been raining all morning and we were departing that afternoon. So I already had the slight ‘Sunday blues’ feeling. But then we had lunch here, and the ‘Bolognese’ was so good, it instantly cheered me up!
In the summer, Teresina’s terrace must be a lovely place to enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner al fresco. While the terrace doesn’t have any views as such, it is set back from the street, so it’s quiet. Inside is also pleasant: simple like you’d expect from a local trattoria. The staff are helpful and friendly, and the service quick and professional.
While Italians aren’t known for their bread, the bread here was excellent. Warm and soft, I couldn’t resist a few slices to add to the carb fest that had been our weekend in this magical city.
They have all the traditional, local dishes you’d expect in Bologna. The tortellini broth, various fresh pastas, and a few meat and seafood dishes. While no trattoria would ever serve what we know as ‘spaghetti Bolognese’, they do serve fresh tagliatelle with a Bolognese Ragu. I’d highly recommend it.
Rob’s parents liked it so much they returned for dinner after Rob and I departed.
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