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You know you're in for the real thing when the executive chef goes off to Naples for a two-week training program on all things pizza. He came back with official nod from the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana and you can experience his pizza magic at all of theTutta Bella's locales.
Finally- a thin crust. Growing up on the east coast, I miss those thin crusts. You know, the kind you can roll up and let the grease drip down your arm? Well, this is as close as it gets for me in Seattle. My wife was happy too -she likes her white pizza. Our little guy was happy with both.
Must of been off day. This was our first time to Tutta Bella heard great things and couldn't wait to taste an authentic Italian Pizza. We got there and the experience seemed good to start. However, we get seated and no one comes to our table for at least 10 minutes. Than the waiter comes ask if he can get us started and I said for drinks and he said whatever you want. So, I'm like ok. Well, I'll take the Tutta Bella Pizza and my daughter ordered the same. We both ordered a salad and drinks. Well, my daughter called him over and made sure her salad did not have cheese on it. He said, "Oh I thought you guys were going to share?" Well, you know what they say about assuming, where he got that from I don't know. Anyway, we never had our water glasses filled because the waiter did not tell us the bottle he put on our table was water. This after us telling the waiter it was our first time to Tutta Bella, as mattter of fact we drove from Olympia Wa. to go to the restaurant. Now, cut to the pizza arriving. The pizza was so soggy that I couldn't pick it up barely with my fork. Horrible experience, I don't know maybe I caught Tutta Bella on an off night.
It's not Italy.
Was really looking forward to REAL Italia pizza, but this feel a little short. It was good, better then any chain pizza...but not close to pizza in Italy.
I asked for a traditional Neapolitan pizza, with an egg in the middle (1 egg in the center of the pizza). What I got was an egg pizza; I think they put 3 eggs on it. It wasn't bad, but also not yummy like the traditional. Also, the edge crust is to think and more burnt then chewy.
Great pizza, Fabulous Martinis, and Gelato.
The bartenders are worth the trip. Johnny Depp loves Sage martinis and Rosemary fused Vodka.
The pizzas are simple and authentic Neopolitan... just like Italy...
Good fast, convenient pizza. Pretty tasty pizza and probably worth if for Happy Hour for the margharita pizza. The wine I ordered was okay at best. If I want to splurge on pizza, I'm going to Serious Pie!
Great place for pizza, salad and dessert for two!. The atmosphere and food is wonderful; so different than regular pizza places.
Reminds me of Rome. Went to this Tutta Bella recently and was impressed with the bar and staff (nice cocktails at happy hour). The pizza at all their locations is top-notch authentic, and brings me back to travels throughout the Mediterreanean. Nice thin-crust pizza with the right amount of flavor. Their only real competition is Via Tribunali, and I like this pie significantly more. No attitude here either.
Good wood-fire pizza and atmosphere. This was my first time at Tutta Bella and overall I thought it was good. Good atmosphere and family friendly. I ordered a house salad with caesar dressing. Most people might think overly-big portions are nice, but I tend to find it overwhelming and I really just wanted a small starter salad, which they do not have. The salad had a little too much dressing on it also. The four-cheese pizza had a good flavor, but I wanted some sauce and they provided some red sauce to me on the side for dipping. The food came out surprisingly fast. I ordered the Tiramisu; it was good, but made for two to share so it was too much dessert. Overall I'd probably eat here again if I was in the area.
Very good thin crust Italian Pizza.
This was one of the better wood-fired stove Italian Pizza places we've been to here in the US; however, nothing compares to the Italian Pizza you get in Naples at Pizzeria Trianon. The service was excellent. The salad was fresh. The pizzas tasted very good and the dough was very good but could have been a bit more crispy. The pizza sauce was authentic and very tasty but a little too thick for this thin crust italian pizza. Mushrooms and italian sausage were excellent!
This is a place we'll have to come back to.
Best place to park is underneath for 90 mins free - ask them to validate your parking stub.
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