We fluked upon this little place one evening when we spotted it down a side street. It looked good and they had a table. The chap who served us was incredibly polite and had an air of authority and pride around him like it was his place. There was a sign above the door saying Andy so I guess that must have been him.
There is an indoor pond with turtles in it, it was extremely clean and did not smell, no mean feat to achieve. I know because I had some when I was a kid. The turtles crowded to the side for food each time someone went close to the pond, it was fun to watch.
We ordered choritzo pizza which was acceptable but had too much cheese on it. I am highly critical of pizza and have my own top 10 list going back 30 years so others less fussy may rate it more highly than me. The meat was good but under the cheese, a personal no no for me, you have to let sliced meats crisp just a little on a pizza. The water was good, mineral water in a glass bottle, so much better than plastic. Everything was extremely inexpensive.
There was a buzzing atmosphere and they were packed out turning tables like mad. Andy will be making a fortune if the country ever turns capitalist, clearly many of the clients were repeat business. They even had a parking valet!
There was a problem-for a short while around 5 minutes there was engine revving outside. Our table was near the door and exhaust fumes rushed through the door. We never found out why but it was unpleasant for that portion of the meal.
Overall it was a good snack though and perfectly adequate, I would go back again. I'm going to tick scenic view because it looked like there was but it was pitch black outside, I'd be interested to be corrected or confirmed by another reviewer though.
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