The waiter told us that the pizza are their speciality, and he did spoke the true. The pizza was nice thin and you taste it was fresh made. We where very happh. Thank you!
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Pizza was nice. The staff was friendly and helpful. The decor is dated and dusty. The prices are moderate. It was nice and quiet, not a busy bustling pizza place. No reservation needed, plenty of tables.
Found this cosy site, just around the corner from the hotel. The staff was very friendly and the thin-crust pizza tasty. We also sampled the Chianti, whose bottles adorned the walls. Well-recommended.
Place looks authentic, bottles hanging around. Prices are moderate and normal. Pizza is alright, however the pasta was overcooked and soaking. The lady who owns the place is a grumpy waitress.
Visited this hidden gem yesterday ( Sunday ) evening. The place was quiet and calm. Decorations are so beautiful there, made out of fishing nets and antique vine bottles. Every table was nicely set, candles lit up, even though there were around 3 tables eating....More
Authentic looking restaurant with an open kitchen where you get to see pizzas made from scratch. We usually stick to pizzas and desserts, as the rest on the menu is not nearly as good. The service is nice and the takeaway is quick.
Great freshly prepared food at great prices in an authentic family run restaurant. You can watch as your pizza is transformed from a small piece of dough into a spinning, flying pizza base and then into your delicious tasty pizza.
We have tried them all and this is the best pizzeria in town. However, this restaurant is very much a mixed bag and pizza is pretty much the only thing one should eat here. Everything else we have tried over a course of several visits...More