We provide authentic typical Indian food in the heart of Pisa. We are around 5 minutes walk from the Pisa Railway station and exactly in the middle of the way to the leaning tower from the Railway station.
This fine restaurant overlooks the Piazza San Paolo Orto and has a sober and comfortable ambiance. Research of tradition and innovation of tuscan and mediterrenean recipes characterise the passion of its Oste and Chef
As a general rule, try not to eat near the Leaning Tower where prices are high and quality low. Head instead to the central area 5-10 minutes walking from Piazza dei Miracoli: you can find very good, cheap restaurants there. For example, there are excellent, friendly and reasonably priced cafeterias in the busy small vegetable market, Piazza delle Vettovaglie. Also Via San Martino, close to the south bank of the river, offers some places with good quality and low price.
This said, near the Leaning Tower, in via Roma, there's a good Indian Restaurant, with a beautiful atmosphere and really good, though not always cheap, dishes. In Piazza dei Miracoli, there's a quite good restaurant-pizzeria, cheap enough, the Kinzica.In any case, don't miss Salza, in Borgo Stretto, with high prices but absolutely gorgeous chocolate, sweets and pastries of all kinds. Don't sit down inside, though, because you end up paying €10 for two coffees.
Finally, there's a good pizzeria near the Youth Hostel, too, on the road that leads to the Leclerc, on the left then you must go in the tunnel.
Here are some good spots for eating:
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