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Here’s what it does have going for it: homemade pastas (excellent!), decent pizzas, a great bruschetta, and a Buy 10 Get 2 Free deal on carry-out pizza. I just hope they can stick it out against the odds.
Locals already know this, but for those just visiting, Regensburg suffers from a glut of Italian restaurants. Most of them are fair-to-middling with a few standouts. Colosseum is on track to be counted among the standouts. Service is friendly and attentive. The food is fresh and well-priced. They don’t seem to have the flair that Marina has, but they’re far more pleasant to deal with – just try ordering a pizza from both places and see which experience is better.
They don’t have Chocolate Cheesecake Squares, do they? Thanks for visiting my blog!
Update: we may have jumped the gun a bit. There are finally some signs and other fixtures near the door of the restaurant to indicate what it’s called and more importantly, that, in fact, it is a restaurant.
Last night Sarah and I got some take-out pasta from there. Results: SUPERB. She had Rigatoni al Forno and I had Hausgemachte Tagliatelle al Porcini e Tartufo. Perfectly done noodles and tasty sauces (hers Bolognese, mine a light cream sauce). I really hope this place stays open despite competition from all the other Italian restaurants around here.
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