This place is real authentic, nothing fancy but a traditional pizza shop with excellent food and friendly staff
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When you are there the pizza seems delicious, but when you try it they are really bad, not tasty I was expecting something different because I read great reviews but it wasn't good. But if you are looking for something cheap could be an option.
We stopped in here for a lunchtime snack of great pizza and beer and it was superb we a a slice of the focaccia pizza very thick but so light and tasty and a slice of the thinner pizza with a couple of Venetian beers...More
We stumbled across this pizza place when walking back from the Rialto. It was the best pizza we had while in Venice. There were plenty of varieties to choose from. Service was quick
We had the two slices of vegetarian and the two of pepperoni. Probably one slice would have been enough for each one of us. The pizza is really really good, we had the thin crust style but there is Chicago style. The pepperoni one was...More
We enjoyed three thick slices of pizza and a bottle of red wine. All for about twenty euro. we stood at the counter and ate our delicious pizza. It's not easy to find thick slice pizza in Italy, and this was delicious. It's hard to...More
My wife and I ate there on our first day in Venice. I had four slices, she had two. We had the thin, medium thick and thick crust with different toppings. All were delicious. We ate there again two days later. The thick crust is...More
Quick, casual, inexpensive and delicious. I recommend the simple thick crust focaccia with basil, but everything we tried was wonderful. I wish we had discovered Antico Forno earlier into our Venice trip so we could have eaten here more than once!