Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Cassis, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France. In the heart of Calanques National Park, Cassis offers visitors a glimpse of life in a quaint Provencal fishing village. Hop on a sightseeing boat to experience the Cassis Calanques by water, or enjoy the turquoise coastline from a pebble beach. There’s much to explore by foot, too. Admire the pastel-colored houses lining the picturesque harbor, drift into the village’s charming shops and cafes, and take in the scenic views of the French Riviera from the many vantage points along the way.
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3 based on 141 reviews
You need to improve the way you treat your paying customers. The food may not be that terrible but you will scare away your customers if it looks like we're bothering you for asking for food.
3 based on 166 reviews
Moules farcie were nothing short of fantastic. Very tender mussels with minced garlic and parsley, lightly dusted in bread crumbs and broiled just right. The plat du jour was a spread of grilled swordfish filet, tuna filet, squid, and baby octopus, all of which were fine. A side of linguine was perfectly al dente. Nice waterfront view, and good service.
3 based on 176 reviews
This is a tiny Pizza place in Cassis that serves pizzas made in a wood burning oven. It appears, for the most part, to be a one man operation, as well as a server and a dishwasher. It is the best pizza I have ever had in my life. You won't find it on a we
service started off bad and waiters spoke really bad english. we ordered a pasta and pizza to share. the pasta arrived without bacon, bacon was brought to the table and literally thrown into my plate after 25 minutes of eating. pizza arrived far later than the pasta did. we complained about the pasta to the waiter and together with the cook they said we would not have to pay for the pasta. at check out the pasta was on the bill after all and staff acted very rude when we asked about this. they kept saying they would call the police (in french) in case we wouldnt pay. we were forced and intimidated into paying for a faulty dish. these people have no clue about service and how to treat customers. avoid this place.
4 based on 21 reviews
This is a take away only pizzeria, although they also offer wine and beer. Friendly service, with a smiling âbon appÃ©titâ from the chef as I walked away with my tartiflette. The crust was thin and perfect, just the right proportions of cheese and toppings, and nicely seasoned. I canât speak to the other pizzas...at least not yet.
4 based on 41 reviews
Best pizza I have eaten in France for a long time. These are Roman pizzas made with more water in the dough. Although they have a thicker base than Napolitan pizzas, they are lighter on the digestion.The pizzas are served by weight and cut in square or rectangles from a large dish. They are freshly made.I had a white pizza with zucchini (courgette). It was so delicious I am still salivating and can't wait to go back there.The owners are passionate of their art and very nice people. A hidden gem well worth the detour (very very short) from the port!
3 based on 186 reviews
Called in here and went for something you would think would be straightforward. Daughters pizza was fine. My wife and I went for lasagna and the portion sizes were very good. The ends of the lasagna were warm, the middle was cold. Sent both back and they returned slightly warmer - how difficult is it to heat two lasagnas?!?!Would not go back for a second try which I guess says it all.
4 based on 216 reviews
We weren't ready for dinner but a little hungry so we stopped here for tapas and got one of their daily specials: seafood tapas platter. Every item on the plate was both imaginatively created and very tasty. An outstanding way to enjoy the sunset with a little wine!
4 based on 323 reviews
We looked up how to say we wanted our Pizzas crispy - Pizza Croustillant. The waitress laughed as she gave our note to the Pizza Chef but it worked. Unusually it was raining, so we sat inside. Cosy with nice photos on a white wall. We chose local RosÃ©. They do 50 cl bottles in France, which is a perfect size if you donât want the larger bottle. One cheese and salad pizza and one âdoner kebabâ pizza. They arrived crispy. Loads of crunchy salad on top but far too big. We should have had one meat dish and one simple Pizza and shared. Next time. â¬15 each Pizza. We enjoyed the evening. We did go in during the day to book. They get very busy and itâs small restaurant.
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