Seafood pizza, bacon pizza and toscana salami pizza were very good! Perfect spot for lunch when visiting a Pisa.
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We came here after we climbed the tower. We had the bruschetta, bass, steak Florentine, veal, and pasta with hare sauce. We rate the pasta, veal, and bass 10-10. The steak was exceptional but I would have enjoyed the cut more had it been cooked...More
Nice, quiet location by the Pisa Tower. The red house wine was good. But the food wasn't great. The spagetti bolognese was edible, but I could have made it better myself. The pasta didn't seem fresh. The portions were small. I won't go there again.
Did not go for the usual pasta or pizza so can't commend on those. I had a seafood stew which caught my attention and my kid was in need of a hamburger which he was happy with. The portions of octopus, mussels and clams were...More
Don't know much about the other dishes but do not get the seafood mare (seafood spaghetti) thought it would be good. The dish came and it looked nice but underneath the noodles was this tiny clam shell with literally no meat inside but instead sand....More
Easy drinking house white wine. Bruschetta and crostini lunch. Mixed crostini disappointing 2 slices with chicken pate, 2 bolognese. Bruschetta fine. Price reasonable. Unable to comment on main meals. No toilet seat in ladies restroom...lowers the tone.
We stopped by here for a morning "snack" after missing the train to our next city. The kids were hungry but we didn't really need a full meal at 11AM so we decided to walk down the main street from the leaning tower. The restaurant...More
We mistook this restaurant for one we had selected in trip advisor earlier. There are lots of restaurants like this on the way to the leaning tower but I have to say my fish dishes were tasty and the staff were friendly. My seafood risotto...More
One of many tourist restaurants but service was OK as was food, nothing to write home about but it is close to the tower on the main street.