Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by Pierre » Wed 5th Jun 2013 12:13 am

thanks a lot guys! I couldnt ask for more than that. :)
.. I am sure I will visit Peppino,sounds and also looks great

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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by Thomasbandit » Tue 2nd Jul 2013 05:53 pm

For pizzas - Da Portare Via
http://www.daportarevia.nl/locaties.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

They opened an eat-in restaurant in De Wallen a bit ago but have others (the one on Leliegracht is take-away, unless they have a few chairs outside I think - not sure if others are takeaway only or not). Really good real italian style pizzas at good prices

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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by MikeMc420 » Sat 10th Aug 2013 09:40 pm

I recommend Da Giorgio on Warmoestraat. I eat there every time I visit Amsterdam. Good food and not expensive.

The menu is available on the website. You may need a converter to read it properly.

http://www.dagiorgio.nl/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by Marco » Sun 11th Aug 2013 08:47 am

Bella Storia near Westerpark....not cheap though

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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by matty223 » Mon 26th Aug 2013 03:07 pm

someone told me to try Cas Di David,, anyone been

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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by HankMoody » Mon 26th Aug 2013 07:07 pm

matty223 wrote:someone told me to try Casa Di David,, anyone been
A few times. Food is good, not great, and not overly expensive. However, the three tables in the upper floor windows that overlook the canal are fabulous for the views up and down the Singel. In the good weather, they will open the windows. You can toss cannolis on unsuspecting tourists from there.

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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by matty223 » Tue 27th Aug 2013 02:57 am

HankMoody wrote:
matty223 wrote:someone told me to try Casa Di David,, anyone been
A few times. Food is good, not great, and not overly expensive. However, the three tables in the upper floor windows that overlook the canal are fabulous for the views up and down the Singel. In the good weather, they will open the windows. You can toss cannolis on unsuspecting tourists from there.
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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by cornish pixie » Thu 6th Feb 2014 10:45 pm

Thomasbandit wrote:For pizzas - Da Portare Via
http://www.daportarevia.nl/locaties.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

They opened an eat-in restaurant in De Wallen a bit ago but have others (the one on Leliegracht is take-away, unless they have a few chairs outside I think - not sure if others are takeaway only or not). Really good real italian style pizzas at good prices
2nd this place. Always stop by for a meal now each trip. I loved the truffle sauce pizza in September and returned for the tuna red onion and chilli which was bang on. I've visited la Perla as well in the past but find this better value for your euro and easily as tasty. Wood oven the works.
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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by cgarr04 » Fri 7th Feb 2014 02:53 am

Vapiano do some pretty decent stone baked pizza's and pasta all made fresh in front of you. It's at The Bank building at Rembrantplein. I went there recently and got a 12 inch pizza and coke for around 11 euro.

My question is; where can I get a delivery of a decent italian pizza near to the centre/centraal?

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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by elasticband » Fri 7th Feb 2014 07:35 am

Yam Yam traditional pizzeria. Not central, very popular, expect to reserve in advance.
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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by se7enty2wo » Fri 31st Oct 2014 10:18 am

Had a really nice meal in Italia Oggi on my last visit. It's pretty central and well worth a visit. Didn't try their pizzas but the pasta dishes were excellent.

http://www.italiaoggi.nl/pages/restaurant.php" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: Recommendations for the best Italian Restaurants in Dam?

Post by DeLekkersteNUGS16 » Fri 7th Apr 2017 08:00 pm

Le Due Sicilie (The 2 Sicilys)

Located just on the southeastern fringes of Amsterdam, off Wibautstraat (near the Volkshotel).

Every Friday they do a dinner special. 10€ gets you one free adult beverage (cocktails included) and all you can eat on the food spread which consists of some Southern Italian finger foods, and finally a single pasta dish served en masse.

Be sure to get there no later than 18:15 to secure a seat as it is a small place and fills up quite fast. Once the joint is packed in, that's when the gezellig vibes kick in to full swing as the lively chatter challenges the live classic bass & guitar band, putting the ambience front and center, and in contention with the pasta as the "main course". Definitely a hidden gem, fully recommended!

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