Fresh pastas prepared to take out.....the Italian version of Chinese Take Out...The pasta was sensational....
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We stopped here for a quick lunch as we had just arrived and wanted to try out the local pesto. By Italian standards the portions were small and expensive. The food was excellent however.
This was a great experience, The food was a bit bland, but overall really good. It is quick and cheap for a great meal. My friends and I got this pasta, took it to our apartment balcony and watched the sunset over the sea while...More
We bought meat ravioli it was completely rotten and when we asked the saleslady she said no it's ok and didn't pay attention . Quiet unfriendly and disappointing . We paid 8 Euros each and got junk.
My husband and I wanted a quick meal one night so we stopped in here for the pesto pasta dish. It cost us 5 euros each and took about 5 minutes. It was the freshest pasta we'd eaten on our trip to Italy!! I wish...More
I had spaghetti with pesto. It cost 5 euros and was so good! There are a few seats outside but it's mainly a take away. Since there are many nice spots to sit in Riomaggiore you can easily get a nice view while enjoying the...More
When in Cinque Terre and you have very less time or need a take away would suggest to try this very tasty pasta place. They have vegetarian options 😊We tried pesto ravioli pasta and it was excellent!! Very clean and home made pasta. Must try...More
Various combos of pasta/sauce, reasonably priced for a lunch sized portion. I had the spinach stuffed pasta - taste was ok- but the walnut pesto sauce was really lovely - could have eaten it with a spoon! Service is fast and price ranges €4-8 (mine...More
Delicious and quick fresh pasta. They have all the varieties of fresh pasta in a counter at register. You pick your pasta and sauce. They measure out the fresh pasta and then prepare it. This is a repeat restaurant.
Primo Piatto The outlet is conveniently located on the main road leading to the sea and/or railway station. We loved the concept. Choose the past you want with the sauce you prefer. As we were in Liguria, for us, the latter had to be pesto....More