Had high expectations for this restaurant based on reviews. We were staying at the Hotel Del Coronado and appreciated the convenience factor, as the restaurant is right on property. Was cool and windy that night but we were comfortable next to fire pit and heater ( our server was very helpful and replaced the gas tank and moved heater closer to us on our request ). I thought the food was just OK. We started with the bruschetta appetizer and Caesar salad. Bruschetta was tasty with ripe tomatoes, basil, and pignoli nuts. Caesar salad was kind of a disappointment. Was deconstructed and we were told would feed 2 to 3 people. It was seriously under dressed and not very flavorful. It was a stretch to feed 2-3 people. We ordered a pepperoni pizza and the fig and prosciutto pizza, as that was recommended by our server. Again, they were just OK. Both had nice thin crispy crust. Pepperoni was flavorful. Fig and prosciutto pizza nothing special ( and I'm a big fan of that kind of sweet and savory combination). Service was friendly and efficient. So, I had pretty high expectations based on reviews, but thought food was mediocre. On our next visit to The Del, I might be inclined to try something different. We definitely enjoyed a few of the restaurants off property in Coronado.
I did like the previous menu better. They got rid of their signature Eno salad. The new salads are not as good and got a lot smaller. The mushroom pizza was just one variety of mushroom as opposed to the variety of mushrooms in the previous menu.
Wonderful pizza. Great service and experience. Will definitely return!
Waiter was very attentive and friendly. Pizza was just right.
Pear and prosciutto pizza with gluten free crust. Full leaf Caesar salad both were great.
Birthday dinner in Coronado; great outdoor dining location and nice views of the sunset and the Hotel Del grounds.
Dinner before jingle s’mores.
Great service and outdoor ambience, but way over priced.
Our waitress Claire was awesome. She was pleasant, helpful and knowledgeable. the food was good just very pricey. Our drinks were cold but again pricey for a couple of beers. Considering the other restaurants in the area. This was the best.
Always good and we have been there several times over the last few years
It was a little loud. The food was fine, but very expensive for what it was. The wine I had was very good, but also pricey. It's at the Del so the cost isn't surprising. We're likely to go back if we're at the Del for something else, but if I were going out just to get pizza and wine I'd go somewhere else. Service was great.
Lovely outdoor seating with small fire pits on the tables.
Fun spot, good pizzas, nice staff. The time it takes to get your food can be a little frustrating when they're busy, particularly if you have hungry kids, but still a worthwhile spot for an artisan pizza by the beach.
Pizza was great, fires made it cozy! Busy atmosphere yet positionsof tables gave some privacy
$250 for a couple of ordinary pizzas, a shared cheesecake and a few drinks was a bit steep in my opinion! The metal stools were sooo uncomfortable we couldn't wait to leave and stood up most of the meal. Waitress was lovely and reignited the fire pit that went out 4 times and corrected the bill that came out wrong. She finished her shift and it was clear the other waiters couldn't wait for us to leave so they could clear up at about 9.45pm. Also felt like we were in a holiday camp, like a centre parks. Total waste of an evening I wish we had gone somewhere else on the Island.