Il Vesuvio

Laan van Meerdervoort 14 2517 AK The Hague Netherlands Map
Average price €25.00
8,6 /10
96 reviews
38 reviews

About the restaurant Il Vesuvio

Liefde voor de zaak bij Il Vesuvio

De oudste pizzeria in Den Haag opende zijn deuren op 1 april 1972. Sindsdien zijn er ruim 700.000 pizza’s gemaakt, uitsluitend door de eigenaar of zijn dochter! De pizza’s hebben een mooie dunne bodem en worden ruim belegd met verse ingrediënten. Daarnaast is de pizzeria ook nog eens in het bezit van een mobiele pizza verkoopwagen waarmee op locatie pizza’s worden gebakken!

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
€25.00
(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 Il Vesuvio

Services

  • American Express , Credit Card , Mastercard , Visa
  • Privatisable (60 maximum number of guests.)
  • Air-conditioning , Can be privatized , Pets allowed , Wifi
Fabulous
8,6 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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    25
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    30
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    11
Food
9,3
Service
8,2
Setting
7,7
Value for price
Interesting
Noise level
Moderate
Waiting time
Correct
3/95 reviews
Candice W.
Explorer
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
8,5 /10
Food
8
Service
10
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 2 Nov 2018
really nice restaurantin the hague ! some vegan pizza optionare available ! I would recommend ! the staff wad also super nice
haltny .
Adventurer
(1 review)
Average Rating
6,5 /10
Food
8
Service
5
Setting
5
  • Meal date : 30 Jul 2016
I have eaten at Il Versuvio twice now after a friend recommended it to us. The pizzas I have tried so far have been really quite delicious. I had pasta in a cream pesto with chicken last time and that was also quite nice however I feel it may have been a touch over priced. Still the portion size was good, after all there is nothing worse than getting a delicious meal in a tiny portion!
As far as the decor goes, its quaint, with lots of bottles hanging, small candles on the tables along with a small flower to make it look a little prettier. Its a shame the menus are that tacky plastic kind you find in holiday resorts. I appreciate they are wipe clean but they are also tacky. One other thing, the waitresses always seem distracted and are not very attentive. don't expect stellar service.

The restaurant is small, its dim and quite cosy, and always has a nice wood burning smell from the pizza oven, which I find pleasant.

I wouldn't bring a lady (or man) here if you're trying to impress them, its just not classy enough. However for good pizza and reasonably good pasta that doesn't cost the earth its worth a visit.

Finally, the waitresses always seem distracted and are not very attentive. It's almost like they are there in duress, so don't expect stellar service here.

Sharyn V.
Foodie
(11 reviews)
Average Rating
5,8 /10
Food
5
Service
5
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 8 Mar 2015
Lousy service, overpriced dishes and unrefined food which barely satisfies your hunger. In all fairness the place was buzzing on a Sunday evening so it was good we reserved. But we had to wait nearly an hour to place our orders and it took another half hour to get our drinks. The food was nothing to write home about and the menu was basically just pizzas and pastas and a few side salads. The Insalata Paseana was nice but quite tiny. Guess what we did after we left? Went to our local pizzeria and took one home to go. That's how hungry we still were!
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