We were recommended this pizza restaurant after we had lunch at it's sister cafe in Mirano 'Quadrino' (also worth a visit). We arrived at Re Di Quadri quite early and it was already very busy. You could tell there were lots of local regulars as guests were warmly welcomed by the staff.
We had a table outside which was very pleasant, there were lots of couples, families and large groups of friends which created a great atmosphere. We were welcomed by one of the chefs (who we met at Quadrino) and served a delicious meal which included a tuna carpaccio entree which was delicious, plus pizzas for mains, and while not traditional, were some of the best pizzas we had in Italy. I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone visiting Mira-Mirano.
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