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US$ 11 - US$ 22
Italian, Pizza, Mediterranean, European, Neapolitan, Campania, Southern-Italian
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Reviewed 29 October 2020 via mobile

Via Toledo is among the best places for neapolitan pizza in Vienna. My quatro staggione was perfect..joucy and chewy The owner won several competitions. For desert I had tiramisu 7.9 euro and that was disappointing . Mini hipster style portion served in a small...coffee pot....Marsala entirely missing . A definite no go for this desert. Otherwise a cosy atmosphere and fair service. Will visit again.More

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed 29 September 2020

Via Toledo assigns you a time slot for your dinner when you reserve a table for high turnover. When you get there, however, there is a wait for your table because waiters are just running around with the food and seem to have no time...to assign you a table. It takes time and is shortening your dinner time even more. The waiters seem disorganised and stressed, which makes the customer feel more like a disturbance than a valued customer. The decor and ambiente is simply not very attractive, and the noise level is very high. Tables are too close (especially in times of corona). There is no menu card, you need to scan a code an retrieve the menu with your phone. This is simply stupid. Most guests struggled to read the card from their phones and not everyone can use this option. The waiters gave us a dismissive response to our request for a real menu card, just grabbed my phone and started scanning. You don't just take people's phone! We were not fast enough with our order, again scrolling on the phone all the way to the drinks takes a bit of time, so the waiter took the food order and decided we should have 2 glasses of water, wouldn't wait for our drinks order. We had to order later separately. We got a wrong food order, the waiters also came twice with food which didn't belong to our table. The pizza was really good but by that time we could not really enjoy it anymore because everything leading up to it was such a bad experience. At a most, I would come back for a takeaway but will certainly not book the restaurant again or recommend to a friend.More

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed 28 September 2020

The place is busy, but not too packed. We had a table at the kitchen by the door. You can scan a QR code to see the menu, which is very smart. The pizza is the best in Vienna, and it is not expensive. I...only had better in Firenze and Napoli.More

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed 16 September 2020 via mobile

The pizza baker / owner Francesco was awarded #1 pizza baker in the world out of 300 other bakers. This restaurant is the best Pizzeria in Austria and 2nd best in Europe out of 50 other Pizzerias. Do you really need any more info? Yes,...look at the picture - Half Diavola half Mortazza, absolutely delish!More

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed 6 August 2020 via mobile

I'm eating the pizza as I write this. I'm sat outside in the warm August evening air with a beer and my pizza. I didn't have to queue at all (Thurs, 915pm) and the service was prompt. Yes, the pizza is good but I wouldn't...say out if this world. I'm still searching for the perfect Napolitano pizza. The base is sloppy in the middle and crisp and light around the outside. The tomato sauce is not too tangy, not too sweet. I put a little chilli oil on mine to bring up the flavour but that's probably my personal taste. No salt or ground pepper on the table, nor was I asked, which is a bit lax in my book. €18.20 for the pizza and a Stella.More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed 17 July 2020 via mobile

If you decide that your antipasto is enough and you want to cancel a pizza order they have not even started preparing it ... they refuse to cancel on pretext system won’t allow

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 9 March 2020

led by francesco calò, world champion pizza chef outside of italy. excellent ingredients, pleasant restaurant, very attentive service, excellent choice of wines

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed 15 February 2020

In the heart of Josefstadt you will find Via Toledo. Good luck trying to get a table. Reserve in advance by sending an email, you can't get through on the phone. On weekends you will get a two-hour slot, not unusual for North Americans, but...quite unusual for Vienna. The effort is well worth it, the pizze are amazing, (the bruschetta is OK, but one can find better in Vienna) and the service is very friendly. Prizing is perhaps a bit on the high side, but we're talking Euro 1 - 2 more than in another pizzeria. The Pizzaiolo (who I believe is also the owner/manager) just won a World Championship competition in Italy, so he knows what he's doing. Definitely worth a visit.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 27 January 2020 via mobile

Went here on the first night of our citytrip without a reservation. Needed to wait a little bit (Tuesday night) but got served a nice prosecco during our wait! Within 20 minutes we were seated and decided to go for the sharing plate with cold...cuts, cheese, olives, tomatoes and super delicious foccacia bread. We ended up sharing a pizza with mozzarella, pistachios pesto, basil and yellow tomatoes and had absolutely no more room for the delicious looking desserts. Great atmosphere, service and food! There was so much flavour in every single bite that we almost went twice in the three days we were staying in Vienna. Definitely worth the visit!!More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 17 January 2020 via mobile

This place has been awarded a “Best Pizza” award and it is well deserved. After living in Vienna for 5+ years and sampling dozens & dozens of pizza joints, this one is exceptional. Wonderful pizza dough, great ingredients, and clearly an oven that makes magic...happen. The restaurant is well appointed, a cut above most pizza places. Prices run from €8 to €18, reasonable for the superior quality. My only warning - our party picked the wine pairing recommendation on the menu (no prices listed) and were quite surprised when the bill arrived. Sooo check before. The staff is young and friendly. But not well trained. Inconsistent and unorganized, seating customers on top of one another while tables are empty. They are clearly a team, but need to focus on their customers a bit more. 5 Stars for pizza quality, 4.5 for prices, 4 for the staff, 5 for the facility, overall: 5. A must for pizza aficionados!More

Date of visit: January 2020
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