This place was recommended by our B&B owner, who told us that Venetians eat here because it has the best pizza in Venice, very thin crust means it's better for your digestion he said. He was a good man and we believed him.
We went for a late lunch, got lost looking for it and almost gave up, then found it by accident! We were glad we did. The pizzas were just lovely and inexpensive. There were a gazillion choices of topping on the menu. We had prosecco by the glass, also reasonably priced at 2.50 euros.
Surprised at the review 'americans NOT welcome.' I wonder if Americans are not welcome because their idea of pizza is very different from the Italians and the owner is tired of their misguided criticism! I don't know. All I know is they were friendly and polite towards us (UK). yes there was a tv on in the corner and all the blokes were watching motor-racing while the women folded napkins at a table. But it was all part of the laid-back atmosphere.
We could take our time, get seriously warmed up as it was freezing cold outside, and felt pretty loved up by the time we left. it's cheap and cheerful exactly what we were looking for. Don't expect the Ritz and you won't be disappointed.
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