Very good pizza extra large. Salad also impressive. Reasonable price for a reasonable meal. Try the house red wine; nice!
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This was the only place we could get a table at late notice. We were really looking forward to having some tasty Italian food but sadly, the food was sub par. My pizza toppings were all from a can and the base was highly unremarkable. My partners pasta dish was OK, but nothing to write home about either. Tiramisu was... More
One of the few places to go in Pre st Didier, they obviously do not have to work hard for their business. The staff is not very friendly and even rude the two times we went there. If you cannot handle that, better not go. On the other side the food is adequate, definitely not bad, but also not up... More
Simple tasty food at this trattoria. Slightly above average in their pricing. The bread was excellent. If you've been skiing you'll enjoy the portions. Not over friendly staff but adequate. Good local red wine
Every meal we had ( five of us ate here twice) was excellent! The staff were friendly and attentive and we had some truly memorable meals. My personal highlight was the Pear and Roquefort Risotto with black poppy seeds, but there were some amazing pasta dishes and we all ended up tasting everyone else's meals!
The service is as bad the food. Even after complaining about a molded lasagna (it had been sitting in the fridge for at leat a week, if not more), we were still billed at a high price. The soup and the vegetables were equally disgusting (slimy texture). To top it off, this was the most expensive meal in this region,... More
Sat outside with a couple of chums for dinner en route to the Tunnel after a weekend in the southern alps. Parking directly outside made this an easy find. Lovely view of the mountains and god atmosphere as the evening wore on. Decent enough pizza and salad, but it does feel expensive for what you get. Asked for tap water... More
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