Restaurant Pizzeria Il Grigolo
Flavio, the owner, with his great passion for cooking, manages to make those who savor his dishes feel, all the aromas and aromas of the sea and land of the island of Elba. Furthermore, in the particularly welcoming and relaxing environment of the restaurant, the excellent cuisine is combined with a careful selection of wines.
The basic ingredient of each dish is fresh fish, freshly caught in the pristine waters of the Island of Elba, which is brought to the restaurant every morning directly from the "Stefania" fishing boat.
The typical Elban recipes are made by Flavio, owner and chef, with great skill, using exclusively fresh and top quality raw materials.
some photos of Il Grigolo Restaurant and dishes with fresh fish...
In the enchanting village of Rio Marina, on Elba Island there is the renowned Restaurant Pizzeria Il Grigolo where the typical and warm atmosphere of the Elban tradition is preserved.
In fact, the restaurant is the ideal place where you can taste and taste the typical dishes of Elba and the most delicious local specialties.
Here you work very fresh fish in a simple way to enhance its qualities.
The naturalness of the products is the host in the kitchen proposed at the Restaurant Pizzeria Il Grigolo. Flavio's passion, attention and secrets of Elba cuisine are the ingredients that make his dishes a source of joy for his customers. But pizza lovers will not be disappointed either. For the pizza dough are chosen flours among the best on the market.
Excellent white and red wines, chosen from the best labels of Elba, regional and national.
The restaurant presents itself to you in a warm, clean and cared environment. Internally there is a small room but not for this reason, particularly intimate and pleasant.
Wonderful terrace overlooking the sea, where you can taste the excellent recipes, admiring the view and enjoying the sea breeze.
Rio Marina - Elba Island
The island of Elba is the third Italian island and the largest of the 7 of the Tuscan archipelago, unique for its biodiversity. The island has over 100 km of extremely diverse coastline: it goes from the low coast with beaches of white sand, black or gravel, passing through enchanting coves embedded in the lush green of the Mediterranean scrub, to get to the impressive cliffs overlooking the sea.
Elba, along with the other islands of the archipelago (Pianosa, Capraia, Gorgona, Montecristo, Giglio and Giannutri) is part of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park. The island of Elba is the largest remaining portion of the ancient stretch of land that connected the Italian peninsula to Corsica, after the other islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.
The northern coasts are washed by the Ligurian Sea, the eastern coasts by the Piombino canal, the southern ones by the Tyrrhenian Sea and the western ones by the Corsica channel.