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tivoli: great italian food and cheap too..
you would normally pass this place without thinking twice about stopping to eat here, but armed with good reccomendations from the famous blueberry we went in to give it a try. the atmosphere is kinda tacky, but it's not a bad looking place once you get inside off damrak.
Favorite Dish: i tried the veal in white wine sauce and was blown away by how great it was, it came with big potato wedges and a small salad. the veal was tender and very delicious! my fiance decided she wanted pizza so she got a 4 cheese pizza which was also very good. we also started out with some garlic bread which was the weirdest looking garlic bread ever, they came out in a small ramekin and each piece was round and covered in cheese then baked..very, very good! we ate here twice as well, the tiramisu is worth the visit alone...so take blueberry and myself's advise eat at tivoli's!!! this is the one place i forgot to take a picture of...ooops!
Tivoli: Great Place - Great Price
The Tivoli Italian Restaurant is located on busy Damrak, an easy walk from Central Station. During my visit, the Tivoli ran a dinner special of a large salad piled high with fresh veggies, a large pizza and a soft drink for just over 10 euros (adding a glass of house wine cost only about 2 euros more). Quite a bargain, and very convenient to the center city districts.
Favorite Dish: As a traveling vegetarian, I tend to rely upon the kindness of pizzerias. The Tivoli offered a great traditional pie that anyone fond of cuisine from Little Italy-Philadelphia, PA, USA could be proud of.
Very Reasonable prices and nice staff!
Favorite Dish: Veal Parmagina is delicious, Calazones are stuffed full, Spaghetti is excellent and plentiful
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