Delicious pizza in an affordable price (on average 7-9 euro) with a good atmosphere and stuff inside.
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Nice area at the entrance, woodden counter, with taverna downstairs. Try the 'canederli in brodo' (big bread dumplings with broth) and 'gnocchetti tirolesi' (little gnocchi from Tyrol made with little tomato sauce and cream) where you can add grated cheese. Crazy good home made desserts. Tryed the chestnut one #1 - available only in autumn. So better to leave space... More
We absolutely love this restaurant. The pizzas are amazing and the Strangolapreti are to die for. So light and fresh. Chico the head waiter is lovely and welcoming. Whether you opt for pizza or restaurant food, you'll definitely eat well here!
It's a family restaurant..a friendly place where you can find specialisties of the zone..but most of all i recommend Pizza's ..they are the best ones :) The staff is nice..I highly recommend this restaurant. I will come for sure again when i'll be in Italy ;)
Never let's us down. I vame here as a boy with my family amd now come here with my own family and friends every year. The owner is always drifting around and interested in everyone and the food is always great, whether eating a full meal in or taking away their superb pizzas. Looking forward to coming here for many... More
Very good restaurant. We ate here two times. Pizzas are ok, other portions very good. Very friendly staff. The owner offered us glasses of prosecco, when we had to wait a table about 10 minutes. A lot of local customers, which is usually very good sign. We loved this place.
Good restaurant, we went on Easter Sunday and it was packed so we had to wait for a table but it was worth the wait. Pizzas excellent and stinco between 2 was plenty.
I was thrilled by the service - they not only are very nice and helpful, but even prepared for me a dish that was not on the menu. The food was great - they serve mostly Italian cuisine, but also some Austrian dishes. I loved the gravy with my meat and spaetzle and extraordinarily good tiramisu.
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