If you're looking for an informal Italian restaurant with very good food and a friendly atmosphere in the Alameda, this is the place. The owner, the “pizzaiolo” and the waiters are all Italians from different regions and pastas and pizzas are just as good as you may find in Italy. They also have a good selection of local Spanish specialties depending on the season. Raw tuna (a sort of sashimi that they call “crudité”) and tuna ribs are particularly worth trying. The only issue may be that it is slightly more expensive than one would expect from its appearance and location, but still it is not a very expensive place (consider a range of 20/30 euros per person for a full dinner).
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