La Giostra Réserver une table

63 quai Georges Gorse | 3 minutes à Pieds de la SEINE MUSICALE, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt, France
1083 Reviews 4.1

Nous serions heureux de t'accueillir dans notre restaurant ! Ta réservation t'assure une place à l'heure et avec le nombre de places souhaitées. consommateurs utilise simplement gratuitement notre confortable réservation de table en ligne ou réserve par téléphone. En raison des règles d'hygiène en vigueur, nous sommes de toute façon tenus de conserver les coordonnées de nos hôtes. Aide-nous à t'aider, dans lequel tu simplement réserver à temps.

Selon la note moyenne de 4.1, le restaurant vaut définitivement la peine d'être essayé.

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4/5 Rating average

Les pizzas sont très bonnes et très copieuse. Les tarifs sont correctes. L'intérieur est très joli et moderne. J'y retournerais.

1/5 Rating average

We used to live right next to this restaurant in Boulogne-Billancourt and as we like to support local businesses have eaten there on three seperate occassions; each time hoping the last experience was a one off - but never again!The first time I was served luke-warm on top and stone cold at the bottom lasagne which had clearly just been (poorly) microwaved.On the second occassion my vegetable pizza arrived with absolutely no cheese on top, which at the time I put down to a poor choice on my part but in retrospect could just as easily have been an oversight by the chef. We'll never know but regardless it was substandard.The third and final time we arrived at lunchtime in the mood for a light meal so decided we would share a pizza, which I don't believe is something particularily out of the ordinary. However, we were rudely told that if we wanted to do that we would also need to get a dessert, implying that otherwise it wasn't worth their time. I must point out that the restaurant was fairly empty at the time apart from a few business people on lunch. We were quite taken aback, but agreed that we would take a coffee or something afterwards anyway. After the pizza I ordered a coffee and my girlfriend a dessert at which the manager came over to stroppily tell us that in fact we both needed to order a dessert as we shared the main, and that the coffee didn't count! She also told us that if we wanted to share a pizza in future we should go to Pizza Hut... This is the first time I have ever encountered a restaurant basically insisting on a mimimum expenditure for your custom to be worth their time, which I believe is actually illegal. If sharing a pizza wasn't their policy they should have taken a stand on this at the start rather than enforce a bizarre "everyone must buy a dessert" rule.I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone, it's always half empty and I have no idea how it's still open - if you fancy Italian in Boulogne I would suggest either Brunetti or Tribeca, both are nearby and far better than this rubbish.