The inside was packed to the gills the evening we visited with college kids, girls night out, families, dating couples, the young, the old, you name it! The one lone waiter literally ran from here to there. We ordered as a starter the sea food salad which featured octopus, muscles, and tuna, but be forewarned--the tuna was from a can! Our main course was two pizzas--Galija (named after the restaurant). The ensemble of ingredients was an harmonious taste delight, although the crust might have been a tad bit crispier. The vegetarian pizza was lavishly provided with buttom mushrooms, loads of artechokes, and black olives. Not seening wine on the menu, I ordered a large glass of local dark beer (very good, indeed) but then realized that one might have asked for the wine list.
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