It is not easy to get in to this restaurant without timely booking, because it is well visited by locals and business people. Fortunately, you can always come for a take-away pizza!
Parking is in a (rather busy) street, so can be a bit of a challenge.
Kids are welcome, as in most Italian restaurants.
The restaurant has two parts (even doors): pizza and the rest (where you can also have a pizza). We sat in the main restaurant, and were welcomed by the friendly owner.
Both pastas we tried were very good: a home made large ravioli with spinach and cheese topped by a heavely nut sauce (highy recommended), and the very small tortellini with ham and cream. Pasta prices were not cheap (16 euro on average), but worth it. The pizza was (of course!) very nice and tasty, for those who like thin crust.
We had an excellent wine from Sicily, recommended by the owner.
I will definitely come back here again.
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