When i got there with Japanese customers we were the first customers, on a cold March Wednesday night.
In half an hour there were about thirty customers, and some more came afterwards.
It might be pricey compared to regular Italian pizzerias, especially those in the area, but the quality of the ingredients, the final taste of the pizza and the smart matching of the beer with each pizza that the owner suggests make up for that, and all in all the price is not that high anyway.
The interior is quite particular, with some good-old-times stuff, and not so easy to forget.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.