Fantastic pizza baked in a woodoven, good wines, fair price, fresh food, polite staff, nice interior.
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We had a late lunch here and the minute we walked in, we were asked by the waitress "just drink or food?". Although the sun was out in full force, the interior of restaurant was dark and gloomy. The waitress sat us down and we...More
This place goes by the name Italgastro on the bill. It is also right next to Tratorria Toscana which is where we wanted to go but came here by mistake. We later found Toscana was closed on the day. This was the worst food experience...More
There are not very many gluten free choices, but everything in the menu has all the allergens listed. I was especially disappointed that the seafood risotto had gluten, yet the vegetarian one does not!? Service is quite slow. Customers who had come in much later...More
Maybe I am not Vienna savvy but our little lunch was expensive. Other lunches gave us more for less money. Anyway, the food was good the service was not bad. The location was quiet. No regrets.
Small Italian family type restaurant. We had a thin & crispy pizza each and a glass of wine. Waitress was capable & friendly but usually on her phone. Interesting that smoking is still allowed inside but I think that will end this year thank goodness....More
We walked by this restaurant on the way to another one (which was also excellent) one evening but the next day we decided to have dinner here. L'Asino Che Ride looks a little like a hole in the wall place that you could easily miss....More
The pizza was very good, nice thin crust, but the high-point of this restaurant is the tiramisu: huge (one portion is enough for two), home-made, delicious. Service was friendly, the surcharge for "coperto" did not seem appropriate to me (no bread or similar was offered,...More
This restaurant looked very cosy, and with a name like this ( the laughing donkey) you can hardly go wrong... Well, you can :-)! Even though the food was fine (great pizza's) , it was the service that did it. Or better the lack of...More