Small cafe with a pleasant ambience. Was there with a friend on a weeknight and they weren't very busy, I understand that they are hopping on weekends and especially on Fridays, when pizza is half price. On weekends they set tables outside on the sidewalk. Most of the customers the night I was there were expats.
We started with a salad and had a pizza featuring roast eggplant and roast red peppers. It was dotted with goat cheese. The crust was medium thin and crispy on the bottom. The cook had a good hand with the toppings, and didn't bury the crust under too much stuff. Excellent balance of ingredients and nicely seasoned with oregano.
I had a glass of Chilean cabernet that was an fine accompaniment to the meal. My friend had juice. Portion size was generous and prices were reasonable. Service was fine, but the proprietor looked weary.
Cost about 120 Yuan and we were well pleased. Plan to return.