Eight of us turned up here for lunch, having spotted it during the morning. It was very busy so the service wasn't the quickest but it was friendly and the food was excellent. Despite a very poor experience with pizzas in another restaurant a couple of nights earlier five of us crossed our fingers and went for pizzas, all different. Mine was one of the best I've ever eaten and better than many I've had in Italy. Red wine was rough but drinkable and fit for purpose. Very reasonably priced. No views as it's tucked down a side street but it's a pleasant enough spot.
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