We fancied some authentic Italian food in our third week of staying in Bermuda. We were told by a couple of locals that La Trattoria was the place to go. On arriving at the restaurant we were a bit dubious about the entrance: which is unremarkable and down an alleyway. From the outside the restaurant looks small, but once inside it becomes apparent that it is huge and has plenty of seating. The ovens are on open display and in use at the back of the restaurant - which gives an authentic feel. Unfortunately there was no background music playing at all in the restaurant, which gave it an almost sterile ambience - more like a cafe than a restaurant. The garlic bread starters were decidedly average (small slices of bread, which looked they were from the local store). However, both our main courses of pizza did not disappoint. They were a good size on a thin base, well cooked and very tasty with plenty of toppings on. We found the range of wines was quite limited and at the top end price wise, but we were offered iced tap water which was a nice touch. Great attentive waitress and quick service, just wish the ambience had been a bit better!!
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