Via Napoli or Tutu?

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  1. kopppa33

    kopppa33 Mouseketeer

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    Which would you choose and why?
     
  2. BEASLYBOO

    BEASLYBOO <font color=deeppink>It's part of the charm<br><fo

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    If I wanted pizza, then Via Napoli! (the Pepperoni & cheese and the mushrooms pizza's are really good!) More casual!

    If I wanted more of a choice in pastas & other Italian dishes like Swordfish, Fruti di Marre, Osso Bucco etc. then Tutto Italia! Less Casual!

    Depends on what you want! Check out the menus on allears.net
     
  3. goofyintoronto

    goofyintoronto I really wanted to like it, but I didnt.

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    First of all, its Tutto, not tutu. :lmao:

    Hmmmm thats a tough choice! I really REALLY love both. A LOT! Loved my lasagna at tutto, best ever. I also loved my sons fetuccini & parm cream dish with pancetta. The tiramisu was incredible too.

    At Via, they have the most AMAZING pizza ever. I had the 4 cheese (white bread pizza) and my son had the pepperoni. We shared. OH MY WORD, theyre both so incredible!!! The ricotta fritters for dessert was to die for as well. They came to my table warm and fresh. So good!

    If i had to pick, i'd pick Via Napoli because pizza that good is hard to find. Ditto for the fritters! Good pasta is easy to find. Therefore my vote goes to Via Napoli for sure. :thumbsup2:thumbsup2:thumbsup2

    RE: Atmosphere, both are nice. but i prefer Via.
     
  4. JimmyV

    JimmyV Por favor manténganse alejado de las puertas.

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    Another vote for Via Napoli. The menu at Tutto is similar to Il Mulino which is a short walk or boat ride away. Il Mulino is much better, and not any more expensive. (A few of the meat dishes at Il Mulino are higher than anything at Tutto, but for the most part, the pasta dishes line up exactly on price, and chicken dishes do as well). Via Napoli, on the other hand, serves a product that is not equaled anywhere else on property. That is not to say that it is A+ pizza, but it is far and away better than what the rest of the stuff that WDW offers.

    Bottom line is that when people say: "go to Tutto for pasta and meat dishes", I spin that around and say: "if you want pasta and meat dishes, go to Il Mulino". As a result, Tutto gets eliminated from consideration, leaving you with Via Napoli, which is nothing to sneeze at. Now, if you re-phrased the question and said: "which should I choose--Il Mulino or Via Napoli?", I would vote for Il Mulino.
     

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