Apartment On Karpovicha 21

Ulitsa Karpovicha 21, Ap.177,Gomel,Belarus

  • Experience World-class Service at Apartment On Karpovicha 21

    Set in Gomel, Apartment On Karpovicha 21 offers air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. Guests staying at this apartment have access to a fully equipped kitchen. The apartment is equipped with a cable flat-screen TV and 1 bedroom.


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  • reviews

    • Pretty poor all round

      Reviewed 22 May 2019

      Arrived at 7.30pm to be told they didnt open until 8, despite a confirmation e mail for the booking. Went onto the balcony for an aperitif and left there, had to enquire if our table was ready. Food was Ok, nothing exceptional, couple of dishes were only just warm enough to eat. Staff appeared disinterested and inattentive, we were only once asked if everything was alright. Having enjoyed many Michelin starred restaurants this was nowhere near the necessary standard, which is a shame as were staying next to the restaurant and qualify for a 10% discount however weve cancelled our other booking. Having been in Italy for 10 days this was the most disappointing meal. Simply not good enough

    • Delightful gourmet destination just outside of Padua

      Reviewed 29 March 2018

      A short drive from central Padua, this two-story restaurant offers delightful Italian fare. Pasta, fish, seafood, meats of various sorts and an elaborate list of desserts provide choices for the pickiest eater. The wine list is extensive and carries top quality wines. There is a full bar, with expert bartenders and service is sophisticated, attentive and efficient.

      Gabriel H
    • High quality

      Reviewed 10 October 2017

      Excellent restaurant where fresh products are combined in a tasteful culinary experience.Staff very professional descrete but always present for us. Ambiente romantic rustic with a familiar warm feeling. Great Wines. What to say. Only to suggest for any occasion.

    • the green room

      Reviewed 17 April 2017

      La Montecchia can be an extraordinary experience, especially if you like your greens up close and personal. The restaurant focuses on fresh, seasonal vegetables which may well be served raw with the aim of extracting the maximum flavour. The end result is memorable but some dishes may not appeal to everyone's palate, and I suspect even aficionados may only visit the restaurant from time to time for their fix of extreme greens. The dining room is spacious and inviting (with attractive features including the brick/stonework and wooden beams), the tables are ample and well spread out, and there is a small seating area by the fireplace. Service is surprisingly a little haphazard for a Michelin eatery (OK, I know the first star goes to the kitchen but even so...). Plates were cleared whilst people were still eating, water glasses were filled across diners, the wine waiter went missing in action at the end of the meal. The bread basket is stellar, as is the electronic wine list which is categorised by region, varietal, price and so on with good advice available from the sommelier (the Saten is an excellent Franciacorta if you like to start the meal with a glass of bubbly). And the food ? Well, some of the dishes were outstanding, including the risotto which had layers and layers of flavour. Others were a bit unbalanced and/or over sized. The dotto/cernia (grouper) is a case in point - an ample and well cooked piece of fish was accompanied by a huge portion of mashed potatoes and an equally large, somewhat bitter mound of greens. In between were plates that were interesting without quite making the heights - sliced raw white and green asparagus with scrambled egg and thin wafers of toast. (On balance, for taste if not for health I would still go for steamed asparagus with a decent mayonnaise.) By the by, the vegetable theme continues into the dessert course but we were full after three rounds so went straight for coffee. If you're looking for something different La Montecchia definitely fits the bill - it's a charming setting with an intriguing menu and a kitchen that can really cook, sometimes in a rather no holds barred manner as far as the veggies are concerned.

    • An excellent golf club with a good restaurant

      Reviewed 18 October 2016

      Golf Club della Montecchia is located about 6-8 miles outside of central Padua, and is a charming, beautifully maintained club. Adjacent to the club is the Montecchia estate, which is a wine estate which also serves as a resort. Its restaurant functions on two stories and offers a delightful selection of Italian dishes, with emphasis of the cuisine of the Veneto. The food is tasty, at times delicate, and creative enough to have earned one Michelin star in 2008. One of the most memorable experiences at this restaurant id the assembly of a giant Millefoglie (Napoleon) for our entire group in front of our eyes and the delightful enjoyment of it, just moments later. Clearly a very enjoyable experience, day or night. Closed Mondays.

      Gabriel H

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