Had pizza here. Was excited to have it as I love thin crust. Have to say not that good. Thin sauce and cheese had strange taste.
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Decided to try this restaurant after a friend's recommendation, also because it was very close to the hotel I was staying. Tried a pizza and I think it was the best option. Definitely would come back.
Nothing but rave reviews. This restaurant not only had great food it also had really friendly service and were great hosts to us. We had dinner with another couple twice in the place in the 11 days we were in Costa Rica. The first time...More
Upon first arriving in Sabana Norte we were famished and looked for something fast and close. We saw Pane e Vino from across the street and decided to dine there. Pros: -Excellent service and friendly staff from beginning to end -Tasty bruschetta with fresh tomatoes...More
We dined in the afternoon between lunch and dinner when it was empty so I suspect our service was better than usual. Nonetheless, our server was attentive yet not pushy or annoying. We each ordered gnocchi (our favorite) with different sauces and were very pleased....More
There are several Pane e Vino and we tried 3 of them. The one located across the street from Hilton Garden Inn San Jose Sabana was the best. Great service, nice people, very accommodating. Pizza is different from NY pizza but great tasting and we...More
We were doing business in the neighborhood. It was late in the afternoon and we were hungry. I saw the cheery windows with the stylish interior so we decided to go in. The meal was a pleasure from beginning to end. I definitely recommend the...More
We were looking for comida tipica, but this was the only thing around that appealed to us at the moment. We passed another table having what appeared to be delicious pizza. but didn't want too much food. We ordered fried calamari (chewy without flavor) and...More