We were visiting from the U.S and love pizza. My wife loved this place so much. I don’t think it was too hard to find, but closer to the side of the island where there is less happening (away from the stores and bays). She tried the vegetarian and I tried the pizza that had lamb and sausage on it. I can’t remember the name. If I remember correctly, all the pizzas are 1300 francs each. The pizzas are a modest size, thin crust (think Domino’s pizza), and delicious. My wife wasn’t crazy about the olives on her pizza since they all had pits inside of them. I think it’s just a cultural difference. They do not take credit cards (most food places don’t on Moorea), but we were able to pay with francs and U.S dollars. The man is very nice and woman is friendly. They can both speak English. We think their house is connected to their business, just like Snack Mahana. Not sure if they have a restroom, but we never tried. You can eat there (we did) and I don’t think they charge more. My wife loved staring at how they both worked so well together making crazy amounts of pizza to the point she said, “We have to come back here again tomorrow.” So we did and she had the vegetarian pizza again, as I tried the one with ham, onions (can’t remember the name). They are cheaper than Allo’s, but when my wife tried that pizza, she felt it was slightly better than Daniel’s. For this reason, we give Daniel’s 4 out of 5 stars. It does get busy around dusk (6:30pm). Bon appetite!