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A delightful vegetarian restaurant.

by nina zerby

Osteria inOsteria is located in the green hills of Marostica, a medieval town which, with its majestic and ancient walls, the mighty chessboards and the square with its huge chessboard, is famous all over the world. A stone’s throw from the lush and green Asiago plateau and a few kilometers from Bassano del Grappa, after having traveled seven hairpin bends, on the road that proceeds from Marostica towards the mountains of the plateau, you can find Osteria inOsteria, a delicious (this is the case of say it seeing what you can taste) restaurant where Patrizio and Tiziano, the adorable and welcoming managers, will surprise you with unusual culinary creations that you will hardly forget. A fusion of tastes and scents that ranges from East to Africa merging with the traditional local Venetian cuisine.

Tiziano, the incredible Chef, meticulous demiurge of these culinary works, creates his dishes to give emotions that pass from taste to smell. The products are all fresh and seasonal harvested according to their natural ripeness. The choice is in fact to cook in symbiosis with nature, with the typical products of the area, fresh and seasonal products.

The cuisine of Osteria InOsteria skilfully combines and blends the fruits of the Venetian land with ethnic flavors and aromas without using animal meat.

The restaurant hosts 35 seats spread over three rooms and a wonderful outdoor terrace. The environment is informal, recreated to make you feel at home and at ease.

Here is an example of the typical products that you can taste at the Osteria inOsteria.



Bassano offers in spring the “Sparasi de Bassan”, white type, collected before emerging from the ground.

Bassano del Grappa (VI)


In spring, the hills of Marostica are whitened by the cherry blossom in its various varieties. Typical of the zoan is the famous cherry Sandra.

Marostica (VI)


Borso, a stingy land, knows how to produce the appreciated Bisi de bors which stand out for their tenderness and sweetness.

Borso del Grappa (Tv)


Rubbio ripens in September a white celery, tender and tasty, which is competing with the Campese celery.

Rubbio – Campese (VI)


In summer and until October, the mountain and its pensici offer different varieties of mushrooms: drum sticks, chanterelles, nails and porcini.

Asiago plateau – Monte Grappa (VI)


In Pove the olive tree is grown. In fact, the official denomination of Pove is Conca degli Ulivi, and it is precisely in Pove that an excellent quality DOP extra virgin olive oil is produced.

Pove del Grappa – Marostica (VI)


The radicchio of Treviso. It is famous for its red color that recalls the wines of that land, its bitter-sweet taste.

Castelfranco Veneto (TV)


Lamon bean from the Belluno Valley is an Italian fruit and vegetable product with Protected Geographical Indication. The seed is grown only in the territories of Lamon and Sovramonte.

Lamon (BL)


Grappa honey is a niche product in terms of quality. Monoflora honey (acacia and chestnut) and multiflora honey (from the hills and high mountains).



In the hilly landscape between Brenta and Piave, chestnut trees grow, huge trees, hundreds of years old, with their fruits.

Valrovina (VI)


Bassano and its surroundings offers a varied variety of Doc wines.

Breganze – Asolo – Verona

photo courtesy Osteria InOsteria