Reviews on Pizza food in Visby, Gotland, Sweden. Visby is one of Scandinavia's preeminent medieval cities. Every August, it hosts its medieval week, complete with authentic dress, feasts and jousting. But you don’t need to visit Visby in August to get a sense of its medieval history. Just follow the cobblestone streets that wind throughout the city, take a tour of its Old Town and visit the 13th-century church. You certainly can’t miss the 13th-century wall that stretches three kilometers around the city and was once used as the city’s defense from intruders.
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We are a local a la carte and pizza restaurant located in north of Visby. We serve a fusion of swedish husman with influences from the Mediterranean and ofcourse Gotland
they had tons of pizza options but i had had too much pizza the past few days. the lovely gentleman manning the register invited me in the back to make sure the ingredients i wanted on my pasta would be ok...so, i know the kitchen is clean and my pasta was yummy. my husband's pizza was also good and they accommodated his request for more meat. lovely staff and indoor and outdoor seating options. don't forget to ask for your pizza to be sliced!Thank you for your kind words!
Pizzas come in two sizes: normal (40cm diameter) and family (stupendous). Don't expect English, options or sit down but the default was tasty. Menu is reasonably long, quite a few dishes are spicy. We had two pizzas and a salad and they were all good though none was exceptional. It's possible they were exceptional before we carried them back to our hotel through rain. Was pretty busy (seemed like lots of phone orders) on the Thursday night we visited, despite rain, maybe because there's not a lot else around.
3 based on 25 reviews
This place together with Lilla Elefanten used to make the best pizzas ever, but having visited twice in October this year I must say that I am very disappointed.The service is good and the staff nice, but food hygiene is poor. We saw one member of staff take frozen chicken straight from the freezer to the microwave and then put on pizzas! Luckily we did not have chicken on our pizzas. It is also very dirty in places (especially behind the salad bar) and these are only things we noticed when waiting for our pizzas. This used to be such a good place I really hope they clean their act up. Pizzas still taste very nice though.
3 based on 46 reviews
This restaurant had an amazing view and great pizza. However, the first time I visited just for drinks the waiter took the bottle before I had finisihed it (less than half but pretending to check the bottle afterwards and then still just taking it is bad taste). The female waitress we had on the next visit was more attentive but forgot to come back with our receipt. This restaurant has potential but management really should invest in training staff on basic aspects of the job.
4 based on 272 reviews
We've been visiting Isola Bella (and it's other location by the sea in SnÃ¤ck and now also in Gnisvard) for many years. The food is consistently delicious. And the staff, along with the owner who is always present, are friendly and unflappable, even when the place is fully booked and every table occupied. The location in the center of Visby is charming. And the interior exposed ancient brick walls, along with the open kitchen, only adds to the charm. In summertime outdoor dining is possible too.
4 based on 249 reviews
Neapolitan-style pizza, which means âthe-real-thingâ. Perfectly done and delicious. The only ânegativeâ thing about this place is that itâs just outside (really, a matter of steps away) Visbyâs main square, so you almost feel that you are missing that special mood just by a little, but itâs not the restaurantâs fault. The view of the ruins is still impressive, at least if you sit outside. I havenât tried them all, but, thinking of Swedish standards, Iâd be surprised if this were not the best pizza-place in Visby.
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