Wonderful staff, the best pizzas in town, and an all around great menu. I've been in ktown 3 years and this place never disappoints.
I will start by saying that I am from NY and have a vastly different perspective of pizza from most. That said, the pizza was ok, but I was told that it was "really good" so what I actually got was a bit of a disappointment, but was still pizza, so I very well may return here and would definitely... More
This pizzeria just outside central Kaiserslautern is a pretty good deal for the amount of food you get. Immediate drawbacks, service can be a bit slow--I don't think it's intentional. We visited during lunch and the place was packed. So I'm sure their little brick oven can't handle the volume this establishment demands. Consequently, I think the quality of the... More
Good price, big pizzas, average quality. Eaten better pizzas, but the price is more than reasonable. Liked it, do not expect too much though.
We have visited the place with a big company. Tje staff was pleasant and fast reacting. They serbe good food but are short on beer options. Those who admire Italian picas and pasta will find themselbes pleased atttacted by the posible choise of wines. Overall, a very good place to visit for dinner with reasonable prices.
The food is very good and priced very well but the service is pretty bad. I have been to this restaurant several times and it always takes a long time to order food and drinks and it takes even longer to get your food after its ordered.
Pizzas here are tasty and inexpensive. A great place to go when you're hungry! Service is great too which is a rare thing in these parts.
This is an Italian themed restaurant with a wood oven. It is located in an old train station and is popular with young people in the area. It is rather crowded, busy and loud. It is recommended to get reservations especially on the weekends and after 6 pm. All of the dishes are huge. The small pizza is listed at... More
Food is superb, prices are within family range, but service is lacking. Male wait staff and management stand around talking while customers signal to them. The female wait staff seem to be better at taking care of customers, but not always. Wait staff will let glasses go empty and even when asked to refill, they will forget to do so.... More
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