inconspicuous place but realy worth to visit. Pizzeria with family history. Very friendly stuff and amazing pizza.
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Unfortunately, it was probably the worst pizza during our journey. It wasn’t like typical Italian pizza, this one was too thick and tasteless. The taste was exactly like in some supermarket pizzeria somewhere, but not in Italy. “Salami di Toscana“ (7,50) was a bit better,...More
Being totally undecided about what food we wanted for lunch, we were wondering around the streets of Volterra unable to make a group decision about where to go. Firstly, attracted by the wonderful smells coming from the doorway and secondly by the fact that the...More
After wandering Volterra looking for somewhere not too touristy or expensive we came across this little pizzeria. Only small, but warm and welcoming with several long tables for customers to sit at. The service was friendly and fast, the pizzas and calzone were really good,...More
A little pizzeria that serves up good, tuscan style pizza. If you're expecting Naples style pizza, this isn't it. But for the style of pizza served, it's quite good. The pizzeria is definitely a cozy, local joint. There are a few long tables to be...More
This place is the quintessential back-street "ma and pa" run pizzeria serving perhaps the best pizza I've ever had. There is seating for perhaps a dozen diners. My wife and I enjoyed a beer (on tap) as a family of Italians engaged in animated conversation...More