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“Now called Novecento”

La Mafia Se Sienta A La Mesa, Jerez de la Frontera
Cuisines: Italian
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 23 August 2014

I have eaten here twice now and the best pizza they do is the directore (make your own up) They have the usual Spanish Pizza which are good, but i found putting on individual ingrediants better. The crust is think and crisp and good quality ingredients are used. Not sure about the pasta I tried my friends dish and it was OK but then perhaps it was not to my liking. Decor has not chnaged but the service has. They also have a patio in the central court yard which mafia uised to charge for eating in this area but i was not asked for additional money when i asked if i could sit there. However it was a ot day and the patio area was so hot we ate in the main part with air con. The are not expensive either aboout 9-10 euros each and they are big. Down side there is a small wine list with no dates on the menu (normal here) My husband preferes the Pomal RESERVA and i liked the Ribero del Duero (only one) about 3 euros a glass bottle pomal 15.90 euros. Ask to sample before you buy. The offer sin gluten pasta dishes. However our friend wanted a pizza so they allowed us to bring our own in for a child which was very accommodating. Great place for family and friends, not romantic enough for me. It was a little very quite when we arrive and they appear to be short on business but as it gets cooler i'm sure numbers will improve
The do take aways too.
I will go back and i will try a take away but they had no information or prices. https://www.facebook.com/novecentojerez.es

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Thank Yorkslasstraveller
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Reviewed 1 January 2014 via mobile

After long time searching of the restaurant which is open at least (01.01.2014) we found "la mafia" Italian restaurant. It is not Italian restaurant and not La Mafia if it would be La Italian Mafia the Capo do Tutti Capi would kill the cooks. The food was uneatable do we returned pseudo bruschetta and Half of the pizza - one half we ate as it was one of very few restaurants opened in Jerez. Additionally plates were dirty. Toilets as well. Don't go there

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Reviewed 1 January 2014 via mobile

Amazing how Italian cuisine can be destroyed! Dirty plates, bruschetta was just a ready heated pan with cold filling and some lettuce. Pizza simply awful! Would be better to visit Burger King!

2  Thank AnjaFJ
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Reviewed 3 November 2013

Came across this restaurant as a matter of desperation really. Looked great with the décor, and the service was good and friendly. Starters were fantastic, we shared the Timbal of Veduras (Vege stack) and a Bruscheta, which was huge. Both were very tasty and were very enjoyable. Unfortunately it went a bit down hill from there, I had the Chicken BBQ Pizza, which was good, base was very crispy, you get a MASSIVE pizza slicer for cutting, but no where to put it. There wasn't much of a bbq flavour - which I actually prefer, and apart from that not much flavour, describes topping as spicy salami, and I topped with chilli oil, bit still didn't have any heat. All in all, it was a good pizza. However H's Pork, was a bit (lot) lacking in any flavour and was a bit tough. Chips were yellow and greasy, generally the dish wasn't good. We shared the Sortidos de Postres (mixed desserts), and was presented with a panecotta (not nice - a bit stodgy), a slice of tiramisu which was very dry and some plum affair, which wasn't nice at all. very disappointed with the desserts. The wine was nice, but all in all, didn't think it was worth what we paid.

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Reviewed 3 August 2013

The only thing you can say about this restaurant. From the dacore (the building is very old but inside is very modern) The food is 1st class with a wide choice & the service is excellent we could not fault anything so we ate there every night of our 3 nights stay in Jerez

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