Antonios Ristorante Pizzeria restaurant
Main Street, Ballydehob
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Reviewed 18th December 2015 (visited 17 December 2015 )
Dined here with 2 friends and as always it was really lovely. The atmosphere is relaxed, the staff are very helpful and friendly and of course the food is delicious! I'll be back again for sure :)
Reviewed 25th November 2011 (visited 24 November 2011 )
Judging by the previous reviews, my guest and I must have landed on a bad night. Whilst the place was only a quarter full, if that, and no big rush apparent, the service was very slow. Front of house blamed the service on the "chef having burnt several pizzas and done a runner". Yes, these were the words spoken. My guest, (an ambassador for the Spanish tourist industry), was less than pleased with his "Bland" but "Reasonable" food. Mine on the other hand was a Pizza with base, burnt at the edges.The topping was stewed to the point of being tasteless, and also burnt at the edges. I was hungry and ate three quarters, as I was not prepared to wait another hour for a second go. We didn't chance desert, but left without making a scene and payed in full. You may think this review harsh, but I neither smoke or drink and have quite good taste buds. I enjoy good food and take pleasure in leaving good reviews, but sorry Antonio's, this didn't do anything for me.
Reviewed 28th September 2011 (visited 28 July 2011 )
I just don't get what the fuss is about. Yes, the kids liked the over priced pizza. But the bolognese was awful and the overpriced chicken was just ok.. not good.. ok. The service was chaotic and confused albeit friendly.
Reviewed 02nd May 2011 (visited 28 April 2011 )
Ate here last week after being recommended from local, Unfortunately it did not live up to reviews as the pizzas were fine but my wife had the bolognese and it was inedible and really tasted awful. They need to look at reducing the prices.
Reviewed 11th February 2011 (visited 15 January 2011 )
Antonio's Ballydehob is a super Italian restaurant. The food is great as is the atmosphere. The service can be a bit slow so go in there order a bottle of wine and sit back and relax. The food is lovely and the best value italian I have ever been to. Great for families as you can have a pizza or a pasta dish for around €10. Plenty other expensive options but just means it can be a cheap night out if you want it to be.
Reviewed 04th February 2009 (visited 30 January 2009 )
I totally disagree with the comments previously left. We eat here quite regularly and the atmosphere is fantastic. It's very authentic Italian. The chef is Italian and it's run by his wife and the rest of the family. I haven't had a bad meal there yet. We generally get a starter , main , bottle wine and 2 coffees and you have change out of €50. Even if the prices weren't as great as they are I'd still go there as often as the food is divine. I recomment the Gnocchi Pesto for main it's to die for!
Reviewed 08th December 2008 (visited 21 September 2008 )
I have been to this restaurant three times. My first visit I really liked it, but the subsequent visits were not so good. The service is very bad and the staff seem to be very uptight a lot of the time. Food is ok, nothing special.