Fancied a pizza one night so g/f and I came here. Admittedly, we did want to go to the Amici but the consistent rain meant we didn't want to risk the open-air restaurant...so we went here instead.
And it was okay.
The pizzas were large and more or less authentic. The amount of topping on the pizzas was fine. If I had to improve their pizzas, I would add the non-meat toppings (the peppers, mushrooms etc) a little earlier than they do.
The tomato and garlic bruschetta was good.
The mozzarella topped garlic bread was simply awful. If the bread was a steak it would have been "blue". Not convinced it had ever seen a flame! The garlic was non-existent. Avoid, this as a starter in case wasn't an isolated incident.
In spite of this, it was still okay. Probably a little expensive compared to other establishments in the area but not greatly so.