Serves meat, veg options available. Hand-made Italian food for take-away served on ecological wood-lke plates. Most menu items are available in a vegetarian version, and in some cases vegan option. Vegan pizza, Farinatta (chickpeaflower dish), stuffed mushrooms (vegetarian), fresh juices, coffee. Very cheap prices. Has free wi-fi. For travelers, you can drop your luggage here for free. Has couches for seating where you can eat your meal. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Lacto, Organic, Italian, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Non-veg
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First Review by Zinnia N
Joloco
Joloco
31

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  • vegan

Good if you're passing

3 Posted on 08 / 17 / 2012

We stumbled upon this place by accident. Like the other reviewers, we were pleased to see vegan options marked, and to see vegan pizza on the menu! But it turned out to be chunky bread with tomato sauce - nice, but not pizza. Also, the cans of cola were pretty expensive. Worth dropping in if you're in the area but not travelling for.

Pros: location, vegan options marked, friendly staff
Cons: vegan pizza isn't pizza
Sarask
Sarask
13

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  • vegan

Talia

2 Posted on 07 / 25 / 2012

Talia seems like a very nice place with a good atmosphere. They have a couch to sit in, a lot of cool posters hanging on the walls and they play nice music. The food, though, was not what I had expected. I had been looking forward to a great slice of real pizza with great toppings. I got a foccacia-like piece of bread with tomato sauce and a few pieces of mushrooms on it. It tasted ok, but pretty borring for a slice of pizza to be.

Pros: Great atmosphere, Nice staff
Cons: Not much to choose from, Not really pizza, Almost no topping
Zinnia N
Zinnia N
12

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  • vegan

Pretty basic

3 Posted on 04 / 03 / 2012

Going by the description here and the restaurant's description of itself I expected the vegan pizza to be actually a pizza. However, it really was more like a focaccia- a lump of white bread with tomato sauce on it, no veggie toppings or anything. Not bad or anything, but not pizza. It left me wondering, what's the difference then between the pizza and the focaccia? So be warned, 3 EUR might seem like a great price to pay for pizza, but you're actually getting a piece of bread. Which isn't really such a great deal!

Pros: cheap, pleasant space
Cons: limited menu, pretty run-of-the-mill

 

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