“Da Pietro” is not original given that it is run by Austrians rather than Italians. Furthermore, its decoration bears more resemblance to a typical Carinthian than to an Italian restaurant. But apart from that it is quite authentic. There are even the traditional Grissini breadsticks on the table. At any rate, “Da Pietro” is much more than an average suburban pizzeria.
The dining room is comfortable but rather small. Thus, there is not much space between the tables. Service was professional and speedy although we arrived at the peak of the lunch time on a Saturday, when almost all outside seats were occupied. Since “Da Pietro” claims its pasta to be home-made and to have expertise on preparing fish, we ordered a pasta dish and two different fish dishes. Unfortunately they have (at least on Saturdays) no menu or specialties of the day, so that one may choose only from the fairly comprehensive permanent menu. It comprises for the most part pretty ordinary Italian dishes, nothing really exceptional.
While the pasta dish was fatty and not very tasty, we found both kinds of fish perfectly alright. Apparently the kitchen staff does not care much about decorating the dishes somewhat. Portions ranged from medium-sized to big, thus a main dish alone may not in all instances be sufficient for somebody who is really hungry.
Staff was friendly and competent and so service left nothing to desire. "Da Pietro" is not a place for somebody trying to find the find the cheapest pizza in town, but we considered the prices to be fair for a restaurant of this decent level.
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