We went as a big family group including young grandchildren, and it all worked out very well, sharing pizzas and pasta. They also loved watching the ‘pizza man’.
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A lovely little Italian on the beachfront promenade. Excellent pizza/pasta with a glass of Chianti/Rioja and finished off with a tiramisu which was huge – even for sharing – and delicious.
I dropped into this restaurant a couple of years ago for lunch and found some excellent food, served by some charming and welcoming people. I dropped by tonight, 20 minutes after the start of service. The door was shut and there were no customers in....More
Sorry Dodge if it was a misunderstanding about almost everything. The problems is that the waiters don0't speak a very good English. We don't sell all the wines per glass; only Rueda, Chianti, Ribera del Duero or Rioja. Sparkling wines like, Lambrusco, Moscato or Sangue...More
Their pizzas are the best ever. I´ve been visiting San Jose many times along the years and no matter what the season is, the pizzas never let you down. Only minus is that because the place is so popular the service can be really slow....More
Hi Laura, thanks for your words about the quality of the pizza. Sorry if we make wait for the bill. We give our best to make get the pizza on time and then we relax ;). Just kidding! Sorry again. Hace a nice summer.
Oh my goodness what a dinner!! We didn't even check reviews before we came here and stood in front of the three restaurants in this area and payed eeny meeny mo to select which one! We got lucky indeed! My partner had the carbonara which...More
Has such as delicious meal here that we had to go back twice! Freshly cooked pizzas straight from the clay oven and delicious pastas. The salads also looked really good. Would recommend getting a pizza and pasta and sharing both to get the ultimate experience...More
Always great pizza, Trastevere didn't disappoint us, even though it wasn't very busy that night. I ended up getting what seemed like the biggest pizza in Christendom after the pizza oven man threw away his first effort in disgust. Perfectionism was perfect here!