We ate tomato soup, salmon, pizza and tiramisu, everything were fantastic :) we recommend it for everyone
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The menu on "La Dolce Vita" is very extensive, so you can keep coming and tasting different things. From Pasta to Pizzas, I've enjoyed all the dishes I've tried so far. On top of that staff and service are very friendly (even if when restaurant...More
Good italian restaurant! I asked for the raviolis alla bolognese and they were great, al dente ! the staff was not the warmest but that can also be good because I was with a group and we really don't want to be bothered all the...More
Good Italian restaurant. Very good pasta and big pizzas. As deserts recommend pana cotta and torta di miele. Sad to see that strozzapreti alla bolognese was removed from the menu.
The pizza was served and we looked for the cheese, but there was none. It was tasty and we ate it all, but we wouldn’t be repeat customers. Sometimes its good to experience a different taste in food and this was one of those times....More
Went to this restaurant today with my family and we had a terrible experience. Food was bad, service even worse and the manager/owner treated us with lack of respect. Couldn't take any criticism as he believes they're doing all right. I had higher expectations of...More
Nice and real itallian pizzas, although the quality of the baking can vary, specially if you arrive when the restaurant is full. The pastas are ok, but the pizzas are the best part here.
Lots of shops , all the famous popular spanish brands , numerous coffee shops to choose from and also entertainment for kids. People from any age groups can experience a good time here.
We had pizza & a risotto plus tomato soup as starter. everything was really good, especially the soup and well worth the (still reasonable) price. waiters were also very nice. only negative is the cheesy music from the indian restaurant next door.