Classic spot for students that feel like something different from pizza. Self-service vibe and communal tables. Good quality-price.
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Great little place. You order your food at the bar and then collect it. It's all self service but good honest food at a reasonable price. The house wine was quite decent at 6€ for a carafe. Had the steak with potatoes and my partner...More
We went to this restaurant for a lunch. They offer very tasty food in good prices. If somebody wants to try a few different pastas there is possibility to order a smaller portions. Espresso after meal is mandatory. At this restaurant you prepare coffee by...More
Loved this place. Excellent food and ambience. We ordered beef and pork both were very nice. Local pasta was a bit salty. Also the pasta with octopus was OK. House wine was good.
I come back twice cause the food it's just amazing. The prices as well are really accessible compared to quality and quantity. It's a self service restaurant so don't expect to sit and be served.Really crowded on saturday night, it's almost impossible to manage to...More
We found this place by walking around late at night and followed our rule of seeing where was very popular with locals, rather than tourists. The place was absolutely packed with Italian families and students from the nearby university. How it works is that you...More
Loved the place...great food..self service restaurant.I had the Rabbit with aubergines..it was divine.My friends had the pork with potatoes, parmigiana, tuna with vegetables.I would definitely visit again and recommend it to all my friends.
This place is relaxing and has a very interesting decor. The staff are very nice, however they don't speak much English. I was recommended by one of the locals for a cheap and local restaurant and I understand why when I reached there. Still water...More
We just had some drinks here but would definitely come back for lunch or dinner as the atmosphere was so relaxed and welcoming! the decoration is far beyond everything else I've seen in Pisa: with devotional objects from all over the world, well fitting into...More