The pizza is pretty good. Thin, well cooked with a tomato non-acidic.
The service is fine. There is an army to work: fourteen people, divided between the dining room, the kitchen and in the nearby shop.
A demonstration that the restaurant usually works. As restaurant some doubts - in sincerity - for other dishes: pasta (a cheesy quality), the meat (fillet hard, below expectations) and the antipasti. Excellent desserts.
The interiors are simple, casual and quite nice: 40-45 seats on ground floor, other 30 in first floor, two large toilettes in first floor (a slight problem for person with handicap) and additional in summer a terrace.
The prices, with surprise, ar slightly higher considering the location. In particular, the appetizers. That confirm me that Rucola is an appreciate place, popular enought, that the management doesn't apply a sterile policy of "low price". Appreciable.
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