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Nice place , modern pizzeria , menu has nice salads , pasta, pizza in wooden oven , nice service , fully recommended . The area has very expensive restaurants , but this place is value for money !!! Give also takeaway !!!
Date of visit: April 2019
AssistenzaClienti_RP, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Rossopomodoro Milano Largo La Foppa, responded to this reviewResponded April 26, 2019
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We were looking for a while for a cheap place in Brera to just have a pizza, but everything is bars and quick sitdown places to have Aperol Spritz. Next to a sushi place (that was abhorrently expensive, due to Fashion Week), was Rossopomodoro. It...More
The daily special of grilled octopus was dry, chewy and a rip off priced at €11, considering only 3 tiny tentacles were served on shoddily mashed potatoes.
Salad portions were huge but mostly leaves with not much ingredients of substance. For the price I guess...More
Food was good, we ordered a bottle of house red at €13
waiter brought a bottle of wine to the table, ok? We said yes; he opened wine, we tasted it was good, proceded to drink it. When the bill came we'd been charged €25...More
I tried the days specialty and it was great. Bruschetta also fine. Wine of the house is really bad though, choose sth else. Ideal for those who want quick and efficient service; not for romantic stuff though. Terrible red light and too much noise.
Been there for lunch, probably the busiest hours of the day for them.
Waiters quite confused, a lot of noise, but the pizza came quickly.
The problem is that the pizza arrived literally soaked in olive oil (check pics). In a sausage, scamorza and peppers...More
We were suggested to stop by and enjoy a pizza. We had Napolitan pizzas for fair price, probably bot the best but better than average. Affordable wine and lively atmosphere on a Saturday evening. Possibly the best pizza place in the neighborhood.
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