Its really nice place , in and out door ! Food is great , and waiter very help full and nice ! What i really like is the filet ! Need to tray. Special , outside area , so many people walking , its like...More
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Friendly front of house and a good interior makes the experience enjoyable despite looking out onto blocks of flats and air conditioners - all too close !
We dined at Papa Razzi in June after a long day and a foot massage in a nearby parlour. We were hungry and there is a line of restaurants and bars all along Knutsford Terrace so we had a bit of trouble deciding. Luckily for...More
Calling it Italian food is really a huge mistake. Environement dirty and decadent, food lousy and not fresh, pasta full of cream to hide the poor taste. Bread no comment. Soups inedible. Vegetable tasteless. Service bored and vague. To cross over it and hope for...More
We have eaten Italian food all over the planet, including a load in Italy. I have to say, and those or your who read my reviews will know I take no prisoners, that this little restaurant in Knutsford Terrace is one of the finest that...More
The restaurant has a nice Italian themed atmosphere, professional service and quite good food. It's not inexpensive, but competetive with its neighbours.
We actually visited this restaurant all three night as we liked the food. Good choice of food, I had black cod and my husband had steak, both were well presented and cooked to perfection. The service was good even though it was busy. It was...More
This is not a real Italian Restaurant though the food is good. The Carpaccio was decent and presented correctly, the parmesan did not have a great taste but the meat was good. The Penne with sausage were good thanks to the abundant chili, at the...More
Were positively surprised of this restaurant specialized in Italian food. Good service, nice waitresses with sense of humour, location good in "bar street", very atmospheric restaurant at night time! Food was excellent, we had pissa, lasagne and chicken and vegetarian pasta. All of them were...More