This restaurant seems understated a the junction of the roads on the rive but is offers good food, lovely staff and a good price. We had a great lunch with pizza and salad and all at a good price.
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Came accross by chance on first night in Verona. We're looking for something quick and the place was just opening for the evening at 18:30. Staff were very helpful. We sat inside as it was air conditioned but after a bit they opened the door...More
This location is perfect if you are seeing a show at the Teatro Romano. The patio is spacious, the pizza is superb and the staff are very friendly and accommodating for a place as open to tourists as it is. Recommend the Pizza quattro stagioni.
To be honest, the only reason we came here was because I saw an open parking spot!!! If you are familiar with this area you can understand. Well, it was a terrific decision! From the moment we arrived it was awesome, I think we were...More
Very good service, very good pizza and other items. They were very attentive to us but you could tell this was a locals place for the most part. It is on a corner across from the river, We were going to head back toward town...More
We enjoyed our first night eating there so much, we went back every night during our stay Since. Pizza, being famous among locals, was fantastic. I ate mussel pasta, smoked fish, grilled shrimp and my husband liked their tender chicken. Every meal we ate was...More
Beautiful corner site, what an oasis this was! We ate al fresco although the inside of the restaurant was beautiful and so clean. The Pizza was delicious and for the first time in my life I managed to eat a full pizza although I should...More
The restaurant came recommended by our nearby B&B for authentic Italian pizza so we thought it would be rude not to visit. It's located next to the river and has plenty of outdoor seating, but is set slightly back across a road so sadly lacks...More
We noticed the chairs outside the church when we came out of the archaeology museum and thought it was odd that a church should have a wine list on a blackboard. The terrace looked like a good spot to watch the sun go down behind...More