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The best pizza dough in town. They also introduced delicious pastas recently. Just tried out two new ones yesterday. Delicious! Nice service.
[update:23/8/20]Went there again yesterday and wasn’t disappointed. The Camembert salad, and pizza were fresh and delicious. Staff friendly as always.
The pizza was very good. I've had better quality and prices from other restaurants tho. Good for family's, but not couples as there's are screaming kids running all over the place, and nobody seems to care. My issue was with my waitress who kept us...waiting over 45 min for our bill. Asked and nodded for attention repeatedly, but she seemed more concerned with ever other table. Not impressed.More
It was getting late and we needed food and a beer! Found Pizzeria Diabolo which was great! Cold beer, top service, a table outside. Good range of toppings on a thin crispy base. Had the family pizza between 2 and it was more than enough!...Will be back!More
The food was really good and tasty. I had a Diabolo salad and it was absolutely amazing! Be aware that it contains at least 3 chillies, so ask for less if you don't want to burn! ;-) My friends had a pizza and a chicken...salad. They thought that it was very good. I would definitely recommend this place & I would eat here again.More
There are only two restaurants you want to bother eating at in the town centre. Both are those mountain-forest-themed wooden places with the wooden figurines with giant equipment. They make hearty fare like slow cooked pork with onions, slow cooked pork with garlic, slow cooked...pork with slow cooked pork.... doesn't matter... it's awesome with potatoes.... slow roasted potatoes. Great, traditional stuff.
Whoops.... this is meant to be a review for Diablo. Don't bother going. Pizza is nasty. Salad is terrible. Kebabs are dire. Hot dogs are cool. They drill a sausage-sized hole through a baguette and insert a sausage into it. Very cool; never seen that before. Six of us ate here for £20. And believe me we lived it up to the max. So if the food isn't great, it's only because it is cheap.
Actually, with hindsight it's not great food, but it isn't bad. And at that price, you can't complain.More
Date of visit: February 2015
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