Cold lasagna, had to wait for a long time before the food came, nice location though. Nothing more to say!
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Popped in to grab easy dinner and was pleasantly surprised at the flavor of the food, the wine, and the friendly staff! The portions were perfect and inexpensive - I loved the gnocchi !
The food nice, nothing fancy. The staff were very sweet and lovely. The pasta was tasty but a very small portion. The pizza was nice, nothing special
We decided to eat here because it looked like a nice family run restaurant. We were disappointed with the size of the lasagne and ravioli portions. For 11 Euros, the ravioli portion was very small. The wine was incredibly overpriced, a bottle of house red...More
We stumbled upon this restaurant while exploring Pisa and decided to try it. It is off the beaten path, and we hoped it would prove enjoyable. We were not disappointed. We had a wonderful, well-priced bottle of Uccelliera wine, great salads, gnocchi, and lasagna. The...More
A great cozy place away from the tower crowds, the little girl that served us was the owner's daughter and had the sweetest yet efficient attitude. We never knew that tripe, which was the special of the day, served in earthen pot with tomato sauce...More
We had dinner in our only night in Pisa and it was great. The service is very good and the ambience is great. Peaceful, lovely and with music. The food was good too, thought we couldn't try the Pizza. Maybe next time. 👌
Although the food was only good (not excellent) and some of the portions a little small, we really enjoyed our experience at La Dantesca in Pisa. The setting in a Piazza was calm and pleasant compared to some street-side restaurants that have hundreds of people...More
We sat in a table and waited almost 20 minutes before they asked us what we wanted to drink. We ordered sparkling water and 2 glasses of wine and they served us the wine in plastic glasses after 20 minutes more. Nobody came to take...More
We turned up on spec for an early lunch as a group of 8 adults on a fleeting trip to Pisa. We were greeted warmly and made to feel very welcome. We sat outside where there were large fans to keep us cool in the...More