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We came here as a family, tired and very hungry. The staff was amaizing and very friendly, pizzas OMG better than Italy mabye. We loved all the place, the staff, quality of place and people. We took some in home also, because it was very...good.More
Been there several times. Food was always very good but service was poor.
Last time was there with large group (50+) and they just wanted to take our money and send us home. They almost took our chairs while we were still eating and restaurant...was half empty.More
We entered the place by chance as everything else nearby was booked and first were sceptic if we made the right choice. But staff was really great, and indeed they serve some really authentic local meals that were delicious. We had a beef soup that...tasted like prepared by our grandmothers with home grown ingredients. We had pizzas, steaks and fried calamari. All were really tasty. They had no fish, though long seafood menu, since they were preparing for holidays when restaurant is closed. Sweets also looked gorges, but we simply were too full to try. It was very crowded, so we had to wait a little, but was not too much and staff were really trying to do their best.More
I'm not even sure what is in the brutalist complex here, but there are shops and groceries, maybe a sports center? Whatever, we came for the pizza and were not disappointed. The crusts are seriously delicious, and fresh rolls were some of the best breads...we had on the trip. It's a bit out of the way if you came for the Old Town, but it's worth the walk.More