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Written on: 27/06/2008 by NapoletanoVerace (1 review written)
The others reviews seems to have been written by non Italians, I think that's the reason for the score so high. If you are Italian, I think the food was very ordinary and the pizza... well it didn't come up to scratch... I should know, am Neapolitan!… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2008 by alicia85 (6 reviews written)
I would advise you take a visit to Pizzeria Vesuvio in Swansea - but avoid peak times on a sat!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2007
As general, pizzaria vesuvio can be become the great one in Swansea. All the need is management, I hope it really comes by 1 day all people in Swansea at least go there for once… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/12/2007 by John A Kavanagh (1 review written)
This is a couple of times a year watering hole of ours.
We think that it is very down to earth, friendly and offers an obliging service.
My wife has an intolerance of garlic (and it's an Italian Restaurant!).
They always oblige us without any qualm as they cook from fresh.
The food is very good, and certainly plentiful.
Be careful with the home made bread at the start... we find that it fills you up, not leaving enough space for the main course!
The portions seem to have got smaller in recent… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2006 by Huw Evans (9 reviews written)
Pizzeria Vesuvio in Swansea, is a great place, child friendly, home made tastes and flavours with great service. Not a romantic tete-a-tete sort of place and slightly expensive but generally a really good night out… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2005 by Dickorgan (3 reviews written)
In addition to it's Pizzas, the Vesuvio Italian Pizzeria in Swansea offers an interesting and creative menu with dishes like 'Hake in lava bread sauce', which I'm assured by a fellow diner was delicious. The pasta dishes seem a bit ordinary, and the steaks are served with so much sauce that the flavour of the meat is destroyed, which always leads me to suspect that that was the intention. If you do order steak here ask for the sauce separate from the dish.
The menu also offers some interesting… Read Full Review
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