Massive selection of pizza prepared in their oven. Wine and beer served rustically in jugs..service good. Cheap and cheerful.
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We went as a family in the evening. Please note they do not serve pizza at lunchtime. The restaurant is in a vault so is cooler than the outside which was a blessing in the heatwave. Staff are lovely, we used some Italian and English...More
We visited this restaurant quite a few times on our holiday as did many of the other guests where we were staying nearby. The pizzas are the best we had on holiday - lovely and thin and also massive! The mixed grill was excellent -...More
Having been introduced to this restaurant a few weeks ago by a friend, we have already been back several times! The pizzas are phenomenal - the thinnest, crispiest crusts imaginable and pretty much free rein to choose whatever toppings you fancy. Even better, the other...More
Sat outside on the small front terrace in the corner of the square looking across to the theatre which gives this place it's name. Our pizzas were enormous, and done perfectly. All three of us agreed. Top notch. And judging by the amount of takeouts...More
We stop by for lunch, young and nice waitress suggest the wonderful lasagna's one with Wild Rabbit and other with truffle! Amazing like best mum makes! Also the grilled meat it was large and taste portion! Very good price and service! I will go back...More
We ate here when staying at the Hidden Farmhouse (not so positive). The pizzeria were really friendly and welcoming to us with our young children. The pizzas were huge and delicious and they had a good range of traditional and more adventurous options.