We were lucky enough to get the last table available on a busy evening. Service was very attentive, way above the average service you can expect in any other place in the area.
It's very nice as well the attention to organic food they claim in their menu and on the walls, and the use of special products typical from different areas. Although, the effort should go fully to the target: It does not really make sense to have a pizza called "tirolese" (from tirol, south of Austria) with Fontina cheese (typical from Aosta Valley, close to France).
Food experience was slightly mixed: pizzas were nice but too thin, and came slightly cold, while troffie and octopus were delicious. Wine list very skimpy, given the place - and maybe some organic wine could be nice ...
Overall, though, good Italian food, not overpriced, and very nice concept.