Tèta De Giulieta / Verona

Piazza Erbe 8a Verona 37121
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 11:00 - 12:15
Sun, Sat 15:00 - 18:15
Sun, Fri, Sat 22:00 - 23:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:00 - 18:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 21:30 - 23:30
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Tips from the Net @ Tèta De Giulieta
Martin Varga en
Pizza margerita with extra buffala. Recommend Foursquare - May 2017
שקד רגב en
Me and my sister ate Margarita pizza here last week and it was the best pizza we've ever eaten. The service was very kind, nice and funny and I highly recommend sitting and eating there. The price and the koparto are also cheap. Love from Israel GooglePlace - April 2017
Landon Brown en
I've been living in Europe for years and visited Italy on several occasions... our server who I believe may be the owner has given us the single best service I've ever had in Europe!! Food was great, reasonable prices and right in the middle of a beautiful square with a market. GooglePlace - April 2017
Robert Simic en
Calcona was a dream come true and Ravioli was yummy! Friendly staff (Dick and Marta) and relaxed environment. Loved our visit! GooglePlace - April 2017
Philippe Wyss en
I came here on a Sunday in June for lunch and it was busy. The staff was attentive and friendly, but I felt it was quite a stress for the staff. My order got lost due to technical issues that the waitress apologised for and offered me a free glass of wine. The mixed salad was freshly looking and ingredients were tasty. My main dish was gnocchi with pesto. The gnocchi itself were very good and probably sort of home made, not chewy as it can be when it comes out of industrial production. But I was unfortunately very disappointed with the so called "pesto" that was used here : an obviously industrially produced, pasteurised greenish sauce, that has in my opinion nothing to do with pesto as one knows when indulging on Italian cuisine. It doesn't taste like basil nor like garlic, but more of citric acid which is used to preserve the product... This kind of pesto I didn't expect in an Italian restaurant here in the centre of Verona. Actually I find it should be forbidden to call this kind of green sauces "pesto" like infamous brands like Barilla or similar produce it, as it's deceiving and misleading the consumer, as in my opinion it really does not taste anything similar to real pesto that is prepared from fresh basil and garlic. But this is another story in the industrialised food area ... GooglePlace - November 2016