Main positive: the pizza was nice. Main negative: lasagne was most likely micro waved, not warm enough and not tasty. In general: many many tables, waiters run around the place without any personal attention. Not expensive though.
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As I ate my ravioli I commented (half jokingly) to my husband that I was pretty sure I had chefboyardee ravioli that was similar. I looked up what I thought was a fictional character, just for fun, only to find that Chefboyardee was real. He...More
We had "fritto misto" (fried fish) as appetisers and three delicious pizzas after. Prices are fair and the house wine tasted good. However, the interior could use some remodelling - nicer decorations and furniture are definitely needed!
Good carpaccio de bresaola. Not good swordfish (dried out) and potato with green beans I suspect from a bottle (which is a fairly common thing in France and Italy, but you don't serve it in restaurants). The pizza and pasta may be better, but the...More
the staff, although appearing overworked, were friendly and helpful. the food, somewhat cheaper than Cinque Terre places, was not good enough to compensate for the below average food. I had the Margherita pizza, which on the menu definitely said basil and mozzarella. I was excited...More
This is a very large restaurant that serves a variety of food but is essetially a pizzeria. We found the place functional and felt like we were on a conveyor belt. We hadn't booked, but there were plenty of tables available - we asked for...More
We returned after some years and found this place just as charming as before. It is family run and the family remembered us! Pizzas are excellent as is everything else we have had over the years. Features a cosy dining room and a very large...More
Right near the beach and near the action. My friend and I enjoyed a very nice dinner. I recommend the steak filet with balsamic reduction and onions 👌🏻. My friend had the stuffed mussels and enjoyed them also. This is a spot where locals go...More