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Not cheap, but really great! Big variety of pizzas.. I tried aliche! Service also good!
I elected as one of my favorites places in Ubatuba!
Ohh during peak season is always crowded. Try to arrive there before 7pm.
We went to this place last weekend, and it easterly delicious. We ordered with the regular crust and it was made in the wood fire stove. We had the garlic one and oh my it was so good! Highly recommend ! Also they gave our...kids some balls of pizza dough to play with while we waited and it really kept them entertained.More
Wow! Never thought all my best pizzas are in Brazil! The pizza here is excellent. The calabrese pizza was a personal favourite but everything was great!
High rate for the food. The service was okay. Lots of staff standing around but sometimes difficult to get...their attention.
But the pizza is worth the effort!More
As odd as it may look to me, I've never been in this traditional beach Pizzeria, so when a friend invited me to try it, I jumped on the opportunity.
Installed in a large corner house on the opposite downtown side of Ubatuba, there is...nothing special about the decoration. Traditional Pizzeria. The difference is in the menu and on a large selection of olive oil bottles from all over the world.
Pizzas can be ordered with thin or thick bottom and a selection of different crusts.
We ordered the garlic zucca and brie pizza, on a thin bottom and the combination was really good. Pricing is on the upper "fair" scale. Definitely worth visiting if you're a pizza fan.More
We've been visiting this place over the years during our trips to Brazil, and it seems that they are now living off their fame. Brazilian pizzas are not the best to begin with (bloated with toppings, mostly comprising a stringy dairy product delusively called "mozzarella"...by the locals), but ours were terrible - mediocre dough, burned at the edges, vegetables straight from tins and greasy. From our experience, it is difficult to understand this place's fame.More