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Treviso Pizzeria Review

Treviso Pizzeria Review

This extensive list is put together by Vladimir, detailing all the necessary info you need to choose the right pizzeria in town.


Da Pino is cool for long summer nights but it is too cramped inside to have a big dinner, especially if Bimbo Prodigio Carlo will start up some Frisbee-pizza monkey buisness.

Terazza is tasty but horrible in handling crowds, 10 people dinner there is a catastrophe - for the time you are spending waiting for a table, then for a menu, then for food, you can go to a chinese place on another side of Treviso, have dinner and come back to Terazza to get your pizza to go. Hopefully it will be ready by the time. Bimbo Prodigio can be left to control a process of making and a chat to a funny Croatian pizzaiolo.

Piola - the worst. All problems of terazza plus really posh with doubled number of people squashed next to each other in a eye-burning luminescent lights and incredible heat. But I'm still going - they have really good curry chicken with rice and a picture of Namiko on the wall. We can have a good service and be taken as cool insiders if Bimbo Prodigio will show up in his azure "not gay" jumper with butterfly-eagles.

Da Fausta - a good place. Old style, typical Treviso look, pizza is really tasty and greasy from lots of olive oil. Sometimes burned but somehow looks and taste even better. Has a typical Treviso attitude to foreigners - get your pizza, eat it and go back to your country. The place to where all german and american tourists in the age of 50 and older gravitate for early dinners. Bimbo Prodigio will be forced to speak dialetto to ease communications.

Da Roberto - "fucking amAAAAzing" as we all know who says. Food is great, people alright, owners are lovely people. Prices are low. Will give up Bimbo's love and devotion towards me for Da Roberto's spaghetti allo scoglio.

La Finestra - a lovely place. Good food, really fun people. We had our drawings on paper table cloth hung at the entrance. Not sure if they are still there, but they were hanging for months before. Reminds of Da Roberto. Bimbo Prodigo would definitely hit on a hot skittish waitress.

S. Augustino - there are irish pubs for irish rugby players, this pizzeria is for italian rugby players. Went once, didn't like it. Some people do. Bimbo Prodigio as me.

Madam - love and piece! Best moments of Treviso life - bianca novanta due, tagliata and salad Maison. M-m-madam is forever... Bimbo Prodigio loves. Unfortunately the light of the place - little cute Cinzia - has left.


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ReBlogged by ann p on Nov 9, 2005 at 10:03 AM Posted by ann p on Nov 9, 2005 at 10:03 AM


Hello everyone!!!

I am a french student leaving in London, I have seen your website and am really really interested to join!! Any advice with my application form?? I have seen you need prints of our portfolios to be sent... Any advices to tell me and what is the best date to send it??
Who should I contact for more details??
Kind regards

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