We were looking for something different from heavy Bavarian food and literally drove around and happened to find this little gem. It was packed with locals, so we figured it had to be good.
We started with the tomato soup with gin and croutons and a basic motzerella and tomato salad. The soup was fabulous and salad large and cheese very good quality.
My husband and older daughter had the lasagna, it was cheesy, saucy and very delicious. My youngest daughter and I had pizza. She was boring with salami, and I had the house Pietra. The house pizza had artichokes, mushrooms, spinach, onions, tomatoes, spices, garlic sauce and cheese. A crisp crust and no grease! It was amazing!
The service was good and friendly. Small restaurant, charming ambiance in a dive off the main road. After a few days of heavy meals, good palate cleanser. 72 euros including drinks, appetizers and meals.
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