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Agree with some of the other reviews in that the pizza was quite nice and well cooked but the service was a bit slow. The waiter did apologise and gave us a free drink each! Regarding cost I would say as cheap as anywhere else...More
Wish we had read the reviews before we ate there. Very very accurate !
Pizza was lovely :)
Side salad came late :(
House red wine great value :)
Gas heater wouldn’t work :(((
We were also asked to ‘tip the boys’. Why ?? ....
I often think the busier then it must be a good one.
The food is really nice but very salty.
We got my 6yr old a peperoni but the salami was very spicey for him
We had the gnocchi al gorgonzola which is really nice...More
Should have known by the way the waiters chatting in the doorway totally ignored us we weren't in for a treat. Had to ask if we could come in!!! Thin base pizzas. Ours was burnt at the edges and I know pizza is greasy but...More
The fact that I visit here each trip, despite the surly service, means they have something going for the, the food. Pizza is a given and their selection of wines and beers is pretty good. Each time I visited it is usually full, mostly tourists....More
We have dined here several times over the years & have always been satisfied with the great food on offer.This time I had a smoked salmon pizza which was delicious & my friends both had pasta dishes ,fettucine carbonara & gorgonzola gnocci , again both...More
From the outside, this restaurant looked authentic, but inside we found sullen waiters and very unfriendly service. The food was average - basic Italian pasta meals. When we paid, the senior guy asked, did we want to tip the waiters??!! For what?!
Date of visit: December 2013
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