This difficult to find restaurant is tucked away a little off the white field road. We had to circle around the block twice to find it. The ambience is quite simple and rustic, with both inside and outside seating. The outside seating area has a small play area for the kids.
The menu is limited, but food is totally worth it. Unlimited salad, bread, bottled water and juice, with a full pizza and dessert was 700 bucks. Given the quality and taste of the food, we thought it was quite reasonable. Salad was fresh and plenty, and the bread quite tasty. Most amazing were the pizzas. We chose la poulette and la supreme. Juicy pepperoni and a generous amount of cheese, with the smoky taste of the wood fire. Absolutely no scrounging on the cheese or meat. Desserts were really good as well. They also serve crepes over the weekend, and we will definitely go back to try them next time.
Service is okay.
Worth a visit definitely, for the pizzas and desserts.
Disclaimer note: if you like only the dominoes / Pizza Hut kind of pizzas and not the wood fire-thin crust ones, you might not like the pizzas served here.
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