A traditional pizzeria to beat Sorbillo or da Michele. The waitress was very friendly and although she said she had little English, she was very helpful. Seems like only a few tourists find it. A pity for their income but it's a very popular local restaurant and takeaway, so I wouldn't want to spoil it with lots of tourists. Would definitely go back!
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