La Carta Gialla

City of
Pisa


Pisa has much more to offer. Visiting the Italian Riviera, there are plenty of smaller, lesser-known places offering unrivalled scenery.


Maartje Diepstraten

Maartje Diepstraten

Pisa has much more to offer. Visiting the Italian Riviera, there are plenty of smaller, lesser-known places offering unrivalled scenery.

 

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A.k.a. The Yellow Paper and the initiative of two old (well, older) men to serve young people their culinary experience and make them eat something very tasty, but also healthy and nutritious. The sandwich shop where they aim to do so – they give workshops as well, is a super small grocery store just a few steps from the Faculty of Mathematics in the centre of Pisa.

This place reminds me of an old grocery store because of the packed display and shelves, full with homemade and typical Tuscan products. Behind the counter there’s wide variety of cheeses, meats and cute looking olive oils, soda’s, pesto’s and more.

During the lunch break you can choose from a multitude of rolls which are filled with many different ingredients: the owners love to find out off beat ingredients to stuff their sandwiches with, always using seasonal typically Tuscan ingredients like raw sausage and truffle, spicy salami and peppers on the grill, ham, gorgonzola and apple and much more.

Don’t forget to take home the home made truffle oil!

La Carta Gialla | Via Renato Fucini 7, Pisa

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