Pezenas, Food Guide: 7 Italian food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Saint-Thibery

May 12, 2021 Janette Largent

Best Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Italian food in Saint-Thibery. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Italian restaurants near you. including Le Vieux Four, Pate a Pizza, Chez Jo Restaurant Pizzeria, GIOTTO pizza pezenas, Pizza Line, Le Don Camillo, Donna Louisa
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7. Donna Louisa

2 B rue de l Occitanie, 34420 Cers France Italian, Pizza, Mediterranean, European, Grill Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Seating [email protected] +33 4 99 43 05 93 http://www.facebook.com/donna.louisa.31
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5 based on 247 reviews

Donna Louisa

Reviewed By N_IrelandFranco

Amazingly we have had our house in the next village to Cerys for 15 years and this is the first year we actually found this restaurant. It had been recommended to us a number of times but when we drove through the village to look for it a no entry sign diverted us away from it. This time we decided to park up and go on foot and we are so glad we did. The pizzas are fantastic with lots of choice for toppings. There are also a good selection of salads, pasta and meats to chose from. The star of the show however has to be the cafe gourmand. 5 individual delightful little desserts served with coffee. Absolutely to die for. Staff are lovely, friendly and attentive. The prices are excellent. We have been 4 times so far and look forward to returning many times in the future.

6. Le Don Camillo

7 rue de la Corderie, 34300, Agde France Italian, Pizza, French Dinner, Late Night Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service +33 4 34 45 55 12 http://www.facebook.com/LeDonCamilloAgde/
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4 based on 195 reviews

Le Don Camillo

Reviewed By JPDeA-43

If you are one of the 70K+ people who have read one of my Trip Advisor reviews, you could reasonably wonder why I would make dinner reservations 30 minutes’ drive from our village of Paulhan where there are four pizza makers (two take outs and a van plus a restaurant) that make terrific pizzas. The answer is that a Swedish friend was playing a jazz gig with a torchy vocalist and a gifted keyboardist at Don Camillo’s AND the Trip Advisor reviews that I read, while dated, were generally positive about the food AND several other friends were going to attend. Well, the jazz was very good. The acoustics were good, too. Our friends and my wife did not encourage me to write this review because they saw no positive outcome from my speaking the truth about our experience on this Friday night.One might say that ordering the “Jazz Menu” of a salad, pizza, and apple-crumble dessert for a few cents less than 15 euros is not something about which one should complain – and, usually, I never would! When the salad arrived, the crumpled seafood (probably faux crab meat) smelled badly enough that I tried one fork-full and decided an upset stomach was not going to be in my future. The pizza took forever to arrive. While we waited, our friends’ orders arrived and the back of one of their pizzas was so badly charred that it had to be returned and, our German friends, a new one was rejected…. That meal was free and the owner apologized BUT when our pizzas came, while not totally burned, the crust was only eatable because I wanted to suppress that smelly seafood taste and potential side effects. Yes, it was that bad and, while jumping ahead, the apple crumble was nothing special and may well have been store-bought and topped with a small piece of chocolate bar. Really?As if this food was not enough to warrant a negative review, the service was underwhelming and favored local people that were known to the staff rather than those of us who had traveled to Agde to hear the jazz…. One of our friends, a usually mild-mannered recently retired shrink, got so upset that she berated the waitress who explained that some people had paid in advance and were thus given favored service; but, I think it was just favoritism because we were never asked to pay a cover charge when the reservation was made…. So!hello, thank you for your commenter, its true that this Jazz evening was not orgqnised well and how i wanted to, and for this, i will not organise special events for summer season. i would like to tell you that i am not agree about the quality of the food, coz everything in my kitchen is frech and pruducts of quality. true, that this evening i had a problem with the oven pizza; so i really apologize for this. anyways you are welcome

5. Pizza Line

1 boulevard Victor Hugo, 34510 Florensac France Italian Lunch, Dinner Delivery, Takeout, Parking Available, Street Parking, Television, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible +33 4 67 77 30 44 http://www.pizzaline34.fr/#Accueil.A
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4 based on 40 reviews

Pizza Line

Reviewed By Makitten

Yes! And lovely it was too. I didn't expect anything but pizzas so the entrecôte steak was a very pleasant surprise. Expertly cooked too. Chips were a tad over done for my liking but not enough to leave.... Hubby had burger which looked equally delicious. Very nice place.

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4. GIOTTO pizza pezenas

4 Place Ledru Rollin, 34120, Pezenas France Italian, Pizza, Mediterranean Dinner, Drinks Takeout, Street Parking, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Cash Only, Accepts Credit Cards, Reservations [email protected] +33 4 67 11 50 00 http://giotto-pizza.business.site
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5 based on 74 reviews

GIOTTO pizza pezenas

Reviewed By Catherine D

Dropped in on a cold rainy night to try out their basic pizza. Take out only. It was the Margarita pizza, very basic and good. So we came back the following week to try a more elaborate one - the Vegetarienne. It was excellent- good toppings, nice crust, crisp, not too thick. Quick service, friendly too. Very clean place, sparkling new with a deluxe start of the art Italian pizza oven. Definitely recommend a visit. merci pour votre avis

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3. Chez Jo Restaurant Pizzeria

Route de montblanc Domaine de Sainte Véziane, 34550 Bessan France French, Italian, Pizza Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service +33 6 17 01 69 54 http://www.facebook.com/CHEZ-JO-Restaurant-Pizzeria-170586909811384/
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4 based on 97 reviews

Chez Jo Restaurant Pizzeria

Reviewed By lwalsh008

We had a family event recently and had 30 people to feed in a hurry, we rang Chez Jo and they were very helpful and prepared 18 pizzas for us without question. Great service. Friendly staff. Excellent all round.

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2. Pate a Pizza

Rue Droite, Saint-Thibery, Pezenas France Italian, Pizza, European Lunch, Dinner +33 4 67 01 47 93
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4 based on 14 reviews

Pate a Pizza

Reviewed By Jamie W

for a small French village the pizza that comes out of this place is up there with the best,how do they do it?No idea but you will not be dissappointed.

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1. Le Vieux Four

3 avenue de Pezenas, 34120 Nezignan l'Eveque France Italian, European Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Street Parking, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Acce +33 4 99 41 49 97 http://pizzalevieuxfour.com
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4 based on 118 reviews

Le Vieux Four

Reviewed By LokiLab

We ate here on a Thursday night. We all had pizzas (vegetarian, 5 cheeses, seafood and spicy chicken) which were nicely cooked. The dough was really good, thin underneath but a bit chewy on the crust. The waitress was lovely, patient while we dithered and nothing was too much trouble. It's a small place, you sit on benches and tables by the road, quite charming and enjoyable. We drank some of the local rose wine which was light and fruity - and one person had a cocktail which was supposed to have a prosecco base but wasn't fizzy! It was an enjoyable experience and I'd go back.

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