My family and I ate here for lunch after visitings the ruins nearby. We were expecting mediocre quality because of the close proximity to the ruins, but the restaurant turned out to be quite nice and we all enjoyed our meals. I was enthralled with mine, a Caprese pizza with cherry tomatoes, basil, Parmesan cheese and buffalo mozzarella; it was actually more of a flatbread than a pizza, but it was the best flatbread I've ever had! My family had mostly pasta, and they were very pleased with their meals. The waiters were very friendly and spoke decent English (always a plus). The atmosphere was a little bland, but given the quality of the food, I can't complain.
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