I mean it, my children are picky, especially my son. We stayed at a hotel three blocks away from Al Calesse. We wanted to eat in the hotel's restaurant, but it charged a 4 euro per person service charge, so we opted not to eat there. The hotel clerk recommended we try Al Calesse and gave us the directions. We found it. While we waited, we saw the cook make some pizzas. The restaurant reminded me of a TexMex restaurant, but also of an Italian restaurant. The service is abolutely great, the waitress was very nice and if we knew how to speak italian, they probably would have even had a friendly conversation with us. I agree with the reviews here...their pizzas are absolutely great, so is there spaghetti carbonara. The price for their carbonara? 5 euro. With the portion you'll get on the plate, you'll have to pay 16 euro for this in Germany and it won't be as good as Al Calesse.
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