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Pino al Mare, Santa Severa
(1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Pino al Mare is located in Santa Severa. By using our Santa Marinella vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Pino al Mare and other attractions in Santa Marinella.
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  • We were at the plant on the occasion of my birthday and we were disappointed because we think prices are too high. On 7 September spending 18 euros for two beds and a parasol it seems exaggerated, not to mention that for two bottles (small) of tea they ask 5 euro!!! A total of 23 euros for a couple of hours, since then it was clouded over! Nice and clean beach but the hotel is overpriced and friendliness is not their forte.
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  • A restaurant that goes for more in Santa Severa but, to be honest, competiti to isn't so fierce ... The merits of the kitchen if the quality is good ... too bad it gets transported goods with private cars and discharged from the rear seats ... costs, by heart are much exaggerated. write to ricevutadettagliata to the cause is an optional emri ... only reports the total ... The first courses at 18.00 euros at a restaurant in Santa Severa are too high, far too dear ... Hospitality and courtesy, except for a couple of waiters, is unknown to the leaders from the air of being the best is a natural haughtiness and arrogance. Facit: advice to manage a study trip to Crete.
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  • Exaggerated price: 1 first, 2 1 sautéed mussels, fried calamari and shrimp, 1 sweet, 2 glasses of white wine, 3 bottles of mineral water at the modest price of $155!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Presented with a receipt which reported only the total. To our request of partial we found (unfortunately hadn't consulted the menu prices otherwise we would have gone before) that a mineral water was 3 (75 ml bottle), frying € 22 each, the first plate 18. We were upset. Do not discuss the quality of the food average but not compared to a standard equivalent to many other establishments of the long sea Roman. We said goodbye with a farewell.
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