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Friends who live locally took us here for lunch - we had the four pizza and four glasses of wine selection. We didn’t realize that was 4 glasses of wine per person - 1 with each pizza! The pizza were served sequentially instead of all...at once - they seemed to just get better and better! We even added on a neopolitin pizza at the end - it was the best I have ever had! Prices were reasonable. Small place, warm atmosphere.More
I gave a try to this pizzeria with my boyfriend as we go often to the take-away branch but we were highly disappointed.
In the restaurant are only two tiny rooms with a lot of tables very closed to each other, it’s actually overcrowded as...you can’t really pass between tables without feeling you’re hurting someone.
Everyone’s chatting and we found it very noisy, we could barely understand each other without shouting as the tables are very close to each other.
We got directed to a table near the bathroom and nobody told us that the bathroom door had to be kept open because the handle wasn’t working well. I had to eat with the door behind me open and 3 people were squeezing in passing very near to my pizza and knocking the door from inside to ask me to open the door for them as there was this problem and the waiter didn’t say sorry at all, without even wondering if that could have been a problem for us (wtf).
I choose a margherita as there wasn’t much choice and it was good, my boyfriend got a specialty calzone pizza good but very expensive, around 12€. We got water as beers were at least €5.
We finished our dinner quickly as it was difficult staying there and when we went to pay we realised there’s not a fire oven but a gas one and the waiter didn’t even give us a real tax receipt. Wtf?
I wouldn’t recommend at all.
Go somewhere else to have a nice pizza experience.More
We went to this place as a group of 6 and were somewhat negatively surprised given all the fantastic reviews here!
The pizza was OK at best - the dough was quite sour (but that might be due to the fact it is supposed to...be a real Neapoletana pizza) BUT it was all baked in a GAS oven with a high gas flame being used to bake/fry/blacken? the edges of the pizza which gave it this awful gas-like smell on the edges. (That was the exact opposite of a wooden-fed oven in which the wood gives the pizza a truly fantastic smell...)
The quality of the toppings was OK, coperto was 1.50 EUR/person, the prices per pizza were EXACTLY the same as in the city centre and this restaurant was quite a way off - 2.5 km from the old town square. The beer prices were higher than in the centre (!). Almost no-one spoke English but that was OK.
Overall, we wanted the true Italian experience and we were not too happy, sorry!More
This pizza was called A’Fariarel and on it there was some smoked provolone cheese, wild broccoli, sausage, and EVO Olive oil. Simple yet very delicious! The crust was amazing! If you want to sit in and eat, get there early as it’s quite a small...sitting area. They were busy, 3 people making pizza and people were coming and going...very good spot right in town!More
They make Naples-style pizza and it is incredibly good. The secret is the crust, which is soft and pillowy. You could eat the crust by itself, it's so good. The sauce is extremely tasty and all the ingredients are completely fresh and delicious. If you...live anywhere near Vicenza, you need to try this place at least once and you'll be hooked. Prices are in line with other local pizzerias as well, not as expensive as I would expect for pizza of this quality. Can't recommend them enough, definitely the best pizza in Vicenza.More