We had intended to have an early dinner at 18:15 on a weekday in April, but in this very small place all 6ish tables were taken already. We then decided to order pizza for take-away.
The prices of these pizzas is utterly amazing, in comparison to UK prices (the cheapest from €4 up to €9). The choice of vegetarian toppings is okay - though not a reason to make a detour for this place. However, the house specialty - Pizza da Gudio - _is_ truly special: artichokes, garlic, and, you could have guessed it (not!), lettuce and cucumber. Sounds weird, but it works for me.
Sadly, the overall pizza taste isn't that great. They seem to use a kind of white-cheesy sauce as their base; instead of simply using tomato sauce, sprinkle cheese on top and then add oregano. I'm not sure why this Pizzeria doesn't believe in this approach, but uses this white-cheesy sauce and tomato puree. Also, it seems that some ingredients are not fresh (e.g. tinned mushrooms).
If you don't order take-away, but eat here: it's self-service. You order at the counter, and once your order is ready you collect it from there. You help yourself to cutlery, and a glass... Some people find the interior cosy, "culty" and inspiring - to me it looks like someone tried, many years ago, to put as many different things into a tight space, and let dust settle. You will know whether that's attractive to you, or not.
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