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The Ristorante Pizzeria Al Paradiso is located in Vicenza, in the historic center. Opened in 1980 by Emidio Tranquilli today the restaurant is lovingly run by his son Jacopo, who, from his native land, brings elements of Mediterranean cuisine, offering dining experiences capable of harmonizing the flavors and aromas of traditional Venetian and Calabria cuisine. To the supervision of staff contributes mother Aurora, meticulous and attentive to detail.
But still quite good!
We searched for several options near Palladian Basilica, and Al Paradiso served us quite well. After arriving with no reservation, they managed to find us space on their street-level terrace. Even with an approaching thunderstorm, our meal and beverages were all...More
Went for lunch, both I and my partner had pizza. I had a simple margherita with fresh basil; he tried the one with mozzarella di bufala and crudo. Both were good but nothing special- average. Not the crusty kind of pizza, and no gluten free...More
This is my favorite place to eat in town. Every time I have been the food has been delicious and the service wonderful. I really like the truffle tagliatelle in the Parmesan crust and the truffle carbonara. I have also tried the champagne truffle risotto,...More
The food was not very good, especially by Italian standards. The service was VERY slow and the servers, although nice young people, were incompetent. They forgot to bring our secondi piatti (which we considered the main course). We wasted 2 hours in this restaurant waiting...More
If your looking for pizza this is ok. But we ordered lamb and seafood risotto and both were terrible. The lamb was extremely over cooked and portion was very small. The seafood risotto had literally one shrimp and not sure what other items were in...More
Sorry, no we did not bring the menycard. I was there as a guest and can only say the place filled up quickly in the evening, also with locals, but it is not a very fancy sophisticated place, and walking around vizenca, we... More
Sorry, no we did not bring the menycard. I was there as a guest and can only say the place filled up quickly in the evening, also with locals, but it is not a very fancy sophisticated place, and walking around vizenca, we choose this one from many others we looked into.
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