An average service but amazing mussels and a quite good pizza. But the pizza was nothing remarkable. So it was n mit Not an overaverage Choice.
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Having been before to try it with my partner at a quiet time, all seemed about average and we left with full stomachs. The food was as expected if not rather splenidly large portions. However the atmosphere was off and the staff not very attentive...More
We arrived at the restaurant on Friday evening and managed to get a table for two during this busy time without booking. Being repeat customers so knew what to expect, however we noticed that the menu had changed and some items were missing - for...More
Have eaten here a few times when in the area service and food are very good and will accommodate going off post. The location could not be greater but the place needs a facelift to servive. Don't left this establishment become the kids local pizza...More
Very cozy atmosphere listening to the waves crash below looking out onto the bridges during a stormy evening. I had bruschetta and carbonara and my fiancé had the lasagne. Food was very hearty and had a true home cooked feeling to it. Would if you...More
Busy Saturday evening. Neither waiter could help with choosing wine from the wine list. Mix up both with one of the main courses ordered and the coffee. Both sorted. Food was acceptable. Nothing special . Ladies toilets were shocking. One was filthy, likely caused by...More
Just finished pizza for lunch and my recommendation would be do not bother or bring your own toppings. One of the table ordered a pepperoni pizza and it came with 6 whole slices of pepperoni that looked like they had been nuked.
La Barca is quite simply the best Italian restaurant I have ever visited. My partner and I first discovered this hidden gem several years ago and have been back numerous times. Not only is the food superb and cooked to perfection, but the staff are...More