The food is inexpensive and the quality matches, but if you need a quick, cheap bite near the train station, Pavarotti is your best bet.

The menu is Italian, with mostly pizzas and pastas. They also offer what they call crostinis, which are essentially toasted bread with toppings.

The appetizers are the best part of the menu. The crostinis are uninspired but nice. The best appetizer is the antipasto platter of meat, cheese and a few crostinis. You get a lot of food for the price and it’s all reasonably tasty.

The pizzas are better than the pastas, though there isn’t anything special about either. The best pizza was the formaggi di capra, the goat cheese and spinach option.

As the building was formerly the railway station, the space is large and oddly shaped. The restaurant is a chain, with other locations in Zoetermeer, Kijkduin and Leiden, and it has the feel of a chain. The decor is generic and stereotypically Italian.

It’s table service but you can also get take away and delivery. The service is fairly good, if somewhat confusing at times. The size of the resturant results in a lot of staff, so don’t expect a single person to take your order, bring your drinks and bring your food.

They do not accept reservations. Also, the location in Delft only accepts payment by debit card, so if you don’t have a maestro card, you can’t pay.

Dinner will cost you around €20.

Monday: 10:00 – 24:00
Tuesday: 10:00 – 24:00
Wednesday: 10:00 – 24:00
Thursday: 10:00 – 24:00
Friday: 10:00 – 24:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 24:00
Sunday: 10:00 – 24:00

Stationsplein 14
2611 BV Delft