4 based on 50 reviews
This pizzeria is very popular in the area because of its great food and friendly service. We sat outside and enjoyed our pizzas and good choice of Italian red wine
3 based on 42 reviews
Good food worth the prices .Very nice helpful service giving , little English only but we could understand each other .Thank you so much for your reccomend.
One of few restaurants in Bernau am Chiemsee. Hard to find one, and we had pasta and pizza. It is next to train station. I do recommend it.
Salad, pizza and spaghetti ... all very tasteful at a great price. Restaurant has its own flair (mix of Italian, modern and a bit bavarian).
4 based on 35 reviews
We were walking around in the streets of Bernau am Chimesee late in the evening searching for a restaurant to eat. Very few people seem to know of this restaurant and we found it just by chance.We were surprised to see the restaurant quite full to capacity. The waiters spoke very little English but we would just about manage to read the menu and pick what we wanted.This restaurant is basically an Italian restaurant and there was a huge list of Pizza and pasta in the menu. I opted for a salmon pizza and the rest opted for various other types. My wife as usual did have some vegetarian food The taste of the food was very good. the desserts were also very good. However compared to the kind of similar food one gets in Italy this is slightly different.the cost of the food was very reasonableStrange as it sounded in Bernau, they did say they did not serve pork products.
4 based on 119 reviews
There were 5 people in my party so each one gave their feedback. Pasta with seafood, bolognese, pizza and my order was penne arrabbiata were delicious. Pets are allowed inside. Meals took a while to serve, perhaps due to a large crowd. It is a tight space.Price is fair.
4 based on 154 reviews
The location is to die for, the staff very competent and the food is way above the usual pizzeria chow ! The prices are well in line with the quality - definitely not the tourist trap someone suggested.It can get mighty crowded outside an a warm summer evening, so be prepared to either wait or to go the "community table route" meaning ask the guests at a partially occupied table if it's ok to sit. It's the Bavarian way!
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