This is a cute artsy little spot with pretty tables and original decor.
The appetizer had tiny dishes of pesto and salsa, served with thin wedges of pita.
We were hoping for more of the flavorful pesto, but the Mediterranean pizza came without the promised pesto de albahaca and at almost 20,000 pesos wasn't very substantial.
But it was good for Colombia and way better than Pizza Pierrot where we ate the day before.
If you aren't on a tight budget and crave California-style pizza, check out 7 Tigres.
They added on a "propina voluntaria" which seemed more like a propina obligatoria and isn`t customary but was no big deal. The staff were friendly and seemed proud of their pizza. They might consider adding a shaker of red pepper flakes to kick up the flavor a bit.
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