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Always meant to visit this place. Small menu but good quality ingredients and great flavour. I have had pepperoni pizza twice. Really really nice quality pepperoni. Quite expensive at €18.50 for a pizza but worth it for the quality
Small restaurant but definitely gives you a very relaxed personal feel. The pizza was amazing (highly recommend the Holy Toffoli!). Everything was fresh and delicious. Owners were very friendly and welcoming!
Date of visit: July 2019
V3347SAelainem, Owner at Bottega Toffoli, responded to this reviewResponded 1 August 2019
We had a really lovely meal . Everything was excellent. Thin pizza base, tasty toppings. Wonderful mixed salad including artichokes peppers olives and tomatoes. Coffee was just great. The couple who run the restaurant were lovely, really hospitable.
This is one of my favourite places to come for pizza and drinks. It's run by two lovely people — husband and wife I think? — and it's as cosy and friendly a place as they come. The pizza is incredible!
My husband and I had dinner here our first night in Dublin. We had a marvelous meal and excellent service. It was such an intimate meal and setting, it was like being in the chef's home. We chose the pasta special and could not have...been happier. Not a place to go if you're in a hurry but we'd go back without hesitation.More
Visited again on a return trip to Ireland this past week. Place is small and run by the owner, which we like. If you are looking for white cloth napkins and a wine sommelier, this is not your place. What you will get is friendly...service and creative food (mainly pizzas) that tastes awesome. Ingredients are top notch and flavor combinations are unique and very tasty. Group of 4 shared 3 different pies and a pasta dish. All were outstanding!More
We recently went to this place for dinner, based on a good review we saw in the paper. The place is on a quiet street away from the noise of the city centre, we liked this. There aren’t many tables, it’s small, and when we...visited there were only 2 staff: a chef and a waitress. Mostly pizza on the menu (€19) and a couple of other dishes (€25). They only had 2 choices of red wine, both Sicilian, both €34 per bottle. We tasted both bottles and neither was anything to write home about. Ordering the food was awkward/confusing as we felt the waitress was a little scattered, also there was a number of items on the menu that they didn’t actually have or were not as described on the menu -and btw, I speak Italian and that menu is plagued with typos, e.g.: proscuitto... they are presenting themselves as an Italian restaurant... that menu should be flawlessly written, in our opinion. We wanted to order bruschetta but they had ran out. We ordered something else but the starters came at different times, probably 10 minutes between them. We were given a small portion of bread (for 4 people) and no balsamic or olive oil. Then we waited about 30-40mins for our mains... and when they came they were disappointing. The pizzas were just OK, kinda bland, no herbs or chilli flakes on the table and a little too much dough. They were just OK. Definitely not the best pizza in Dublin, not even close. Even Milano’s do a better job, trust me. One of us ordered the fish and they couldn’t even clarify what fish was going to be on the plate as there was so much confusion between the chef and the waitress. In the end it came with some pasta which was supposed to have tomato but didn’t and was simply not seasoned. Perhaps some steamed potatoes and green veg on the side, instead of dry bland pasta, would have made the dish worth while. Needless to say, we didn’t hang around for dessert. Overpriced, just not good enough. Go elsewhere.More