Delicious food, price is cheap for the service you get. Roast beef was amazing. The salads are huge.
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Wife and I came here for the 3rd time......last time was about 18 months ago, not long after Itaca opened. Menu has changed a little but the pizzas remain divine. The owner, Luigi, is still a firm favourite and such a character! If in Padua,...More
We ate at Itaca three times while we were in Padua last week and enjoyed each time equally. The gorgonzola lasagna was the best pasta I have ever had. Luigi is a great host and the experience is obviously one we keep going back for,...More
In order to visit the Cappella you have to collect your tickets an hour before your entry time and with tickets booked for 2 pm we were looking for a quick light bite. The Museum cafe did not appeal but quite by chance we discovered...More
Stopped in on a cold evening for just a caffè Americano, which was yummy. A friend had a green tea nicely served in a cafetière. Friendly guy serving, would recommend.
The place is lovely, with high ceilings, airy, all windows, some plants, on a nice little corner close to the Giotto's chapel. The service, which starts at 7pm (but you can have drinks from 6pm), is Luigi: he makes the place, he lifts it up....More
Excellent atmosphere on a little corner in Padova. We have eaten here twice this week. Once we had pizzas and calzones the next we had a familtystyle antipasto. The owner Luigi was a tremendous host and gracious with his service. Top notch.
I was in Padova for work a few days... The guy I was with knew this place. Italy has a lot of good pizza places.. But this was different. If your in the area go to this place. You won't regret it.
We were en route to Milan from Croatia — needed a lunch around 4pm in the afternoon. We had the place to ourselves (not surprisingly). We had beautiful tomatoes with buffalo mozzarella, prosciutto, green salad, rosemary focaccia (best I've ever had). It was simply delicious....More