I had a pizza here which was made fresh but so overcooked and dry. The atmosphere of this place isn't great and to be honest I am sure there is better places to eat pizza and pasta than this here in St Tropez. Best off...More
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We'd not managed to visit when in St Tropez in the summer due to Hysteria being so busy, but as it was Winter we were virtually alone in the restaurant. A very good pizza and bottle of Minuty Prestige, but low on staff (only one...More
Went here on a day trip to st tropez. It's one of the first restaurants you pass from the port so decided to walk on to see what else there was. After roaming around we decided to go back. My girlfriend and I were thinking...More
Our tour to Saint-Tropez took our two families to this Italian restaurant with high expectations for some true Italian pizzas... Big disappointment... The pizzas we had (four different) lacked taste. But the service was great and forthcoming.
6 of us were on a day trip to St Tropez from a cruise ship, the Hysteria is one of the first places you pass if you come of a ferry from St Raphael. The Hysteria is quite large but the staff were very nice...More
Although its quite close to the port, a 3 mins walk, it's a calm and serene area as if you're miles away from that busy and crowded area, the pizzas are great especially the one with bresaola and rucola, the pastas are excellent, the service...More
This is not a real Italian restaurant. I am Italian and I have to say that their pizza is terrible, but maybe tourists could like it. I ordered a Margherita with additional burrata cheese on top, and they made me pay for it €48, like...More