Accommodation and food since 1800, the “Albergo Croce d’Oro” has been run for 50 years by the family Corsi. It was a Post office at the gates of Valpolicella, for those who descended from Val d’Adige, and thanks to the flourishing marble economy in the area, it become the most important historic trattoria in Volargne.
Amongst the most important dishes are the homemade lasagnette with Nonna Cornelia Caprini’s (known as “Nella”), special ragu sauce and the cotoletta without the bone, which is loved by regular customers.
In the dining room you will be welcomed by Federico, whilst Sabina, Silvano and Teresa work in the kitchen. A suggestion? Try the “tiramisù all’Amarone”. In addition to the restaurant, the family manages a hotel, with 14 rooms.