We stumbled across this little restaurant on Sunday afternoon, after finding that another Trip Advisor-recommended place nearby was closed. It had a family-run feel and was busy with Italians, I think we were the only foreigners, which we took as a good sign.
The pizza here was great, quite possibly the best I've ever had, very thin and crispy and with lots of delicious mozzarella on top. I had the mushroom and my boyfriend had the anchovy, both were great. The amount of wine (very mild and drinkable) I got in a little jug seemed very generous (boyfriend had a beer and also some wine since there was too much for me). The dessert was also good, we both thought the creme brulee was better than the tiramisu.
The service was quite quick and the cost was about 35 euros altogether for drinks, a pizza and a dessert each. The owner was friendly and nice and his friend, an accordion player, popped in to play a quick tune which felt authentically Italian and fun. We would definitely come back.
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