2 Pizza's, one Calzone all burnt. I'm surprised they served it, disgraceful. Wouldn't recommend it. Certainly won't be back...
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Lovely Italian restaurant set down an ally way off the beaten shopping district in Dublin City centre The food was fantastic and genuine Italian chefs The only draw back was that we had young children and they did not do kids menus, therefore we had...More
As we were wrapping up our trip to Dublin, we had our last dinner at the Pizza Stop. It was a perfect end to our trip. It was a relaxing dinner and night before the next day's early flight home. I have been by this...More
We stopped in for a late lunch. One person had pasta, one had pizza, one had the caprese salad and another had the soup of the day. All were excellent. They have far more choices than pizza, but pizza looked very good. Service was very...More
Right in the city centre, a bit hidden of Grafton Street. The restaurant is cosy but nothing fancy. The pizza's were great (thin crust style), the staff are very friendly. They have a nice early bird deal is well.
We had dinner at the pizza stop: fried calamari, steak and chips (fries), along with a beer. The food was OK, not great. It could have, and should have, been much better. The staff was warm and friendly.
Great pizza and just off Grafton St.. Great Italian food in a great location. If you're hungry after shopping, stop in at Pizza Stop.
Had a wonderful lunch today with my boyfriend in this cosy, clean Italian. If you love cheese this is the place for you! The thin base parma ham pizza was flavourful and simply delicious, the service and staff were so welcoming and helpful. We also...More
Back in Dublin for a few days and met up with some friends here. Forgot just how good the pizzas here are, and very reasonably priced. We didn’t have a booking, but no issues getting a table. I love the cosy set up here.. checked...More