San Remo’s a standard pizza experience


Jessica Adair, Staff Writer/Columnist

San Remo’s Ristorante, located on San Carlos Avenue, is a very small pizza restaurant designed to look like an outdoor restaurant in Italy.

Despite having other options on their menu, their pizza is what customers should order. Their pasta, salads, and fish are delicious, but are nothing special compared to other Italian restaurants. Their pizza is the big money maker.

Although the restaurant’s scenery is very interesting, sometimes you can feel a little bit cramped because of the spacing and number of people and tables. Also, the tables are very small and it is hard to fit a lot of dishes on them.

The waiting staff at San Remo’s is very friendly and attentive. Considering the large crowds of people in the restaurant, the wait time for food is actually very short.

For dinner, I had the linguini fettucini, as well as a slice ¬†of my friend’s combination pizza. The fettucini was very rich and acceptable, but not memorable. The pizza, however, was delicious and very memorable. The crust was very thick, and there was just the right amount of cheese and pizza sauce.

Overall, San Remo’s was an awesome food experience, but an average experience in all other departments.

Rating: 3 out of 5