Overall good experience. Good food and service. Limited menu compared to other restaurants in the area that truely caters for overseas tourists.
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Our Italian brothers and sisters are crying as this Italian eatery is so far from what good Italian is, but, on the other hand, in Nepal, so be it. Had pasta arrabiata, margarheta pizza and tagliatelle ragu, all rather overcooked and tasteless. A busy tourist...More
Dear costumers, I am sorry to say that you could not be more wrong about the opinion of my genuine Italian ‘brothers and sisters’. The many Italians who come (repeatedly) to our restaurant are full of praise and genuinely appreciative of our Italian cuisine. You...More
Really good pizza! One of us ordered a Nepalitaly pizza, which sounded like a really strange mix of toppings, but turned out to be really tasty. We all thoroughly enjoyed the food and ambiance.
Okay, the place is famous for tourists and serves good food. But, you need to learn some manners as well. I went there for lunch with my husband and niece. First they ignore you because you're a NEPALI. You have to request for a menu...More
Taste of food and service: fine. Level of noise from the street: from 80 to 99 decibels. Do not forget you’ll be paying 25% more to cover the taxes and the service charge (why don’t they include it in the price of each item?)
From the complimentary bread basket to the warm fireplace to the gloriously authentic pizzas and pastas, this place could easily be found in Italy. Extensive list of drinks, including winter favourites like mulled wine and hot chocolate. I would highly recommend this place to anyone...More