Great Italian pizza in an old brickworks that has been beautifully renovated. Sit out the back, it's beautiful!
The first thing you will be charmed by is the internal design of the building. An old brick kiln renovated to a restaurant-pizzeria. There's a immense choice of kinds of pizzas and if you prefer fish, meat or first courses so....you are in the right...More
I was brought here for lunch by the company I was delivering some training for. It was originally used for making bricks, and there are quite a few photos decorating the curved brick walls, of pots being made too. The tables are all laid out...More
Couldn't drive pass this restaurant on the way to Venice,it was huge and definitely stood out. We had had pizza already a few times in the last few days so we decided to just order a small one to share just to see how they...More
everything was perfect. I was with family and we had complete italian dinner. The entire experience was impeccable! I highly recommend it!
When driving down the road, if this place doesn't catch your attention, get glasses! It was Saturday night and after two places had already turned us away for no reservations, I called them and they told us we could be sat immediately. This place is...More
Been there for lunch many times. Big space but very warm and familiar. There is huge choice in terms of food (branzino all'amalfitana is delicious): that's making La fornace much more than a Pizzeria. People nice, baths clean. Good choice if you are closeby.
Been to this restaurant for more than 10times! There are a few different area with different design in the restaurant, all of them are lovely! The food is fresh, delicious, and fast served! Lastly, the staff are friendly! You gonna love this restaurant!
I love the atmosphere at this restaurant and some of the food, but the value and the technical preparation of several menu items are just awful. I try to avoid this restaurant if i can. If i do go there because it is a pretty...More