Aperitivo

Breestraat 49 2311 CH Leiden Netherlands Map
Average price €20.00
7,8 /10
251 reviews
67 reviews

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
€20.00
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant Aperitivo

How to get there?

  • Car park Paid parking in the neighborhood

Opening time

Monday untill Sunday 17:00 - 22:00
- Dinner 17:00 - 22:00

Services

  • Credit Card , Mastercard , Visa
  • Privatisable (60 maximum number of guests.)
  • Air-conditioning , Bar , Can be privatized , Continuous service , Dutch spoken , English spoken , French spoken , German spoken , Open sunday , Wifi
7,8 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
  • 10
    22
  • 9
    37
  • 8
    86
  • 7
    61
  • < 7
    45
Food
7,9
Service
7,4
Setting
8
Value for price
Correct
Noise level
Loud
Waiting time
Correct
4/251 reviews
Zaira M.
Adventurer
(1 review)
Average Rating
8 /10
Food
8
Service
8
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 22 May 2018
Great atmosfere and good food!
Marc V.
Explorer
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
3 /10
Food
4
Service
2
Setting
2
  • Meal date : 22 Sep 2017
Matig , tot erg matig.
Susanne E.
Explorer
(4 reviews)
Average Rating
8,5 /10
Food
7
Service
10
Setting
10
  • Meal date : 17 Feb 2016
Summary of impressions & conclusion: I will come back here for the cool but cozy atmosphere, the great service and the comfy seats! The food is not what brings me back. It wasn't bad but I'm not amazed either.

We were seated on high chairs in the middle of the long room and I first wasn't enthousiastic about that. However, these high chairs were the first comfy ones I ever experienced, and they allowed for a funny kind of privacy, being above everything else! The interior is fresh and modern with graffiti on the walls, fairly dark but colourful, Italian. The place is nicely lit (not too dim to see your food, not too light to shine away the coziness). Good sanitary facilities.

Service was very attentive and friendly, even though they didn't know the specifics of certain dishes, they went to ask and did not seem to mind (believe me, that is not totally common in restaurants in Leiden). No waiting times, no mad waving at waiters in order to beg them to grant their attention to you (been there, done that), instead we were asked if we wanted something else to drink - I highly appreciate that and the constant smiling!

I had a Vitello Tonnato first (why do most placs fail to spell that correctly?). The meat was very nice and well spiced, loads of capers and some pine seeds, all as expected. Unfortunately, the very tasty tuna "sauce" was on there in fairly small portions, a tiny minus.
My second was a Pizza Calzone (I requested no mushrooms, worked out perfectly), made of a dough I didn't recognise as Pizza dough (while the pizza my friend had was made of what I'd call pizza dough). It wasn't bad but I'd have preferred the usual. It (and the plate) was covered with dried oregano (well, I don't really like oregano, that makes it a double down), which I removed as far as I could. As to the filling, I'm happy!
My dama bianca didn't quite qualify as such. It came in a glass, which I found cute, but it had no real decoration, very little and cold chocolate sauce (not the usual kind) and I could only recognise one kind of ice cream. I had asked for half a portion but couldn't get one ("better too much than too litlle; we can always take the rest back" I got from the waiter despite me saying I'd rather not dispose of food uneaten instead). The glass turned out to be a little difficult in handling, I repeatedly licked whipped cream or chocolate sauce from my fingers, caught while trying to get the fairly hard ice cream out.
All in all, the food was not bad, but I'd always go back to a certain other place if it were about pizza again!
Luquerido .
Adventurer
(1 review)
Average Rating
4 /10
Food
2
Service
5
Setting
7
  • Meal date : 2 Sep 2014
If you want to enjoy a good pizza just don't go here. This is another lousy attempt to mislead people's taste and expecations. Believe it is not rocket science to make a good pizza.
You just need to get the right people doing, the right ingredients and good deal of passion for what you to do. Saying that Zucca is in Italian restaurant is an offense to all italian food lovers.

Additionally, how can you trust a place when they do not even take the effort of correct the grammar errors from the menu?? And there are quite a few. It means no eye for details to me.

When it comes to service, lots of young smiley young fellows but that's it.
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