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“Great, saved our life twice”
Review of St. Paul - CLOSED

St. Paul
Cuisines: Italian, Pizza
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Neighbourhood: San Salvario
Reviewed 1 December 2012

We used St Paul on two occasions in October 2012, each time after mega-long train trips when we were in need of some sustenance and we found this restaurant. It's just along from the station for trains to the south.

Informal, great, soft style pizzas, not the crispy type. Excellent, short wine list, very good desserts and a complimentary digestivo. Very friendly and visited by all ages, althougn it's decked out like a trendy student hangout. Save yourself some dosh and eat here. When we were there, there was English football on the tv, but with the sound very low.

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Thank ShuggMcGlummfer
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