We wanted a quick pizza on this side of town. Basic place, nice people, friendly, convenient. Very serviceable English.
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The second we opened the door it smelled absolutely delicious. As soon as we sat down the owner came by and we ordered a bottle of wine and an appetizer. The bottle of Chianti was extremely fairly priced, delicious, and paired nicely with the charcuterie...More
A basic pizza/pasta place with a nice position on a tiny square with a rose garden. Perfect for a stiflingly hot evening with a toddler. The service was very, very quick - we received the food about 5 mins after ordering - and the food...More
Great food in a lovely setting, very friendly staff, absolutely perfect! Very good value for money. Just across from an Irish Bar too! What more could you ask for?
We didn't want a three course meal so went to La Tosca. Had one of the best pastas with pesto I have ever enjoyed. My husband's pizza was excellent too. Very popular with locals stopping by for a quick meal and take away pizzas to...More
This place deserves more than the 2.5 rating it has on this site. We went there because there seemed to be no place available anywhere else on this busy July night in Tours. We had escalope Marsala and house wine and coffee. The food was...More
The food here was amazing. We had three pizzas here and they were all fab but the service was slow and disjointed. It's such a shame as it would have been 5 stars if the staff were quicker. They were polite and chatty but that...More
Starter, main and ½ bottle of red for €26.50. Can't beat that. Very, very busy (people waiting tables when I left around 20:30). Service and food both good. Perhaps has changed hands or improved since earlier poor ratings?
If you have to eat Italian in France then this is good choice. Tables out in the quiet square outside the restaurant give them a far wider reach than the small inside restaurant would be able to do. The menu is typical Italian food, pizza...More
After a long day we were looking for a nice place for a quick meal, and despite our self-imposed ban on eating Italian food in France, we decided to try out this restaurant after seeing it packed with what seemed to be locals (including the...More