The best pizza I've tried so far:) Simple but fantastic taste, and great service. Definitely worth a visit.
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Very nice food, we loved the pizza and also the starters, the bread was hot. We ordered a lot of food for 6 persons, they have big portions. The only inconvinient was 6 euros extra for pizza because we ordered buffala mozarella but they didn't...More
You have to try different places and we were lucky enough to find this. Had a great time and a great waitress, Chiara. She was a great person to have serve us and if you have a chance to visit here, hope you get her.
Pizza was great. I love the crispy crust. Finished the night with tiramisu and lemoncello. The wait staff and manager(owner?) were very friendly to us non-Italian speaking tourists. If you’re looking for pizza, this is a must stop when in Bologna.
After three days of Bologna's rich food, we had a lovely simple lunch at Nicola's in the Piazza San Martino. We shared an antipasto of warm octopus with olives, potatoes, and tomato. One enjoyed the vegetable soup, while the other had a pizza 'Felix Campania'...More
What an amazing place to dine in when in Bologna, the food is unbelievably fresh and delicious, The bruschetta starter is yet an great start to warm up your stomach, the pasta ( sapore del mare) is yet another delicious freshly home made pasta with...More
Great, great people here who treat everyone like royalty. Chaira waited on us and she is wonderful. Huge menu, with lots of variety and reasonable prices. We loved their vegetable soup and pizza. Espressos and dessert are incredible. We love this place. Great outdoor seating...More
After much checking on the internet that I had indeed got the right restaurant as there seemed to be a number of bad reviews I can only say we had the best meal during our 4 days in Bologna here. On a quietish (this is...More
We did not like this place at all. We picked Nicola because we fancied seafood of which the (too) large menu had a decent choice. After an irritating attempt by the waiter to persuade us to order things we didn't want (this occurred at various...More