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“An Offbeat Experience!”

Restaurant Trattoria
Ranked #76 of 385 Restaurants in Mangalore
Cuisines: Indian, Italian
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Description: We at Trattoria provide cozy homely environment,we excel at our wood fire pizza, pasta and yummy rice/noodles.
Reviewed 24 March 2016

Just like its Italian namesake, Trattoria is a family-run establishment that steers away from both fast-food pizza chains & high-end gourmet pizzas to provide its customers a relaxed & uncontrived atmosphere. The elderly couple who run the place are very cordial & always ready with recommendations for those confused with the choices on offer.The menu is largely Italian, with bits of Chinese, Continental & Indian cuisine thrown into the mix.

The centrepiece of the restaurant is a large round wood-fired pizza oven.The dough, cheese, sauces & marinades are made in-house from scratch! The pizza is pretty good with fresh, customized ingredients atop a wonderfully thin crust and an extremely liberal sprinkling of cheese. However, it’s the novelty of having your pizza made in front of you that makes Trattoria worth a visit.
Apart from the pizza, popular dishes include the Bassa Fish & Prawns, Steamed Fish Fillet and the Chicken & Mushroom Pasta cooked to your specifications.
For those with a sweet tooth, the light, decadent Tiramisu made with home-made mascarpone cheese & the heavenly Panna Cotta are a must-have! In fact, it's likely that the authentic desserts are what will keep you coming back to Trattoria.

The downside is the long wait till your food arrives.So if you have class in an hour, we wouldn’t recommend dropping in here for a bite.

To our palates accustomed to the Indian cuisine, Trattoria is a breath of fresh air. Contemporary cravings? - don’t give this place a miss!

Date of visit: April 2015
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2  Thank Safwan_house
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Reviewed 30 January 2016

This simple family run eatery is hidden away from sight, but still they have their own clientele thanks to word of mouth.
The location is nowhere near ideal and the decore of the place is very simple, the lighting is quite dim, but they have good seating area.

Their specialities - thin crust pizzas which are rare indeed in Mangalore.

They have a variety of pizzas and also some pastas and some other dishes.
The topping variety is varied across both veg and non-veg, and you could customise it to make your own combination as well.

I ordered for a Romana Pizza and a 1 litre of Ice Tea which costs just 100 bucks!!
The pizza was priced at Rs. 280.

The ice tea was nice and helped wash down the pizza, all of which i gulped down within 10 minutes.
The taste was good and base was baked right. Service was timely and there is not much to complain really.

There was a big group of college students having a gala time in the table next to me and that is validation of this place.
Hope they continue with the same, but can add some more topping options like corn, baby corn etc. Also, the place could definitely do with a facelift once they are more successful.

Date of visit: January 2016
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3  Thank ravim84
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Reviewed 6 November 2015

It took us a long time to locate this place, but it was worth the hunt. The place is rather casual, with comfortable interiors. We ordered 2 pizzas, a pitcher of their homemade iced tea and a greek salad. Since their pizzas are wood-baked, the service is a little slow. The pizzas were amazing, especially the Margarita (it was pure delight, the cheese was perfectly melted). The salad was good, and was a generous portion. For three people, the bill was within Rs. 1000, and hence was quite affordable for the quality of food.

Date of visit: September 2015
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3  Thank Pallavi S
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Reviewed 6 November 2015

Trattoria has a personal touch as you can find Savio suggesting a dish or two or explaining things. Kids love to take part in making their pizza in the wood-fired open oven quite like an original Italian village oven. The place attracts lot of the college crowd who would like to unwind with wholesome continental, Chinese or Indian food and of course his signature pizzas (including the chocolate pizza)! The doors of Trattoria have been sourced from a ship! Trattoria has soul!

Date of visit: October 2015
2  Thank Karen B
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Reviewed 14 October 2015

excellent ambience.nice collection of songs playing.only bad thing is the location.best italian in mangalore.

Date of visit: September 2015
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2  Thank Rini5
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