Bruno’s used to charge according to weight, but now they have a pretty standard set of sizes (bambino - 7.5 shekels, margarita - 9 shekels with toppings, personal 14/17, medium 26/32, family 48/58), and you get amazing value for your money. There are fantastic dips (pesto, tomato and a spicy one) to which customers can help themselves (we dipped our pizza crusts into them) and four types of salads, all under 30 shekels.
So, what do we recommend? Any of the large range of vegetarian pizzas, as well as the pepperoni-topped slices (hard to come by in Haifa!). Beverages – the usual soft drinks, plus bottled Stella Artois and Peroni on tap, which I didn't try (I like my beer but am not too adventurous).
Atmosphere – casual, friendly, young, but suited to families and pizza lovers of all ages.
Background Noise – a fair bit, but it’s what you’d expect in a place like this.
Service – friendly, helpful.
Price – good value
Location/Accessibility - 131 Sderot HaNassi, Mercaz HaCarmel Click here for location. Buses, taxis and the under-ground Carmelit all stop in the area; a 5-minute walk from the Dan Carmel Hotel and the Dan Panorama Hotel; 10-minute walk from the Crowne Plaza/Holiday Inn; 15-minute walk from the Bahá’í Gardens.
Parking - available in the residential streets nearby but can be difficult Sunday-Friday.
Wheelchair Access - yes, but small step at entrance.
Children - yes, child-friendly.
Indoor/Outdoor Seating - both, but not much.
Smoking/Non-smoking - smokers outdoors.
Not kosher but vegetarian options available!
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