We go to this place on and off on occasion when we are like today in Sutton. In the summer, patio is nice in the winter, the inside is very cosy.
What impresses me every time is the tremendous efforts deployed in the kitchen to vary the daily specials, to try new combination, to incorporate local fresh products. Today soup of the day for example was a mix of apple, courge and cannel. Was almost flavoured like a gruau mix...the Pizza I had, was including meat sauce and banana peppers, and my wife pizza inluded some feta and other greek style ingredients. The dessert was a dark chocolate pie with a banana crust using uncooked ingredients (do not ask me how it was prepared byt the result was just spectacular).
The place is casual and very welcoming of kids. Of course, not being part of the local crowd, I experienced over the years mixed quality service and also sometimes found the door closed during regular business hours...I guess this has to do with operating using a limited staff to put the money where it should be, in your plate.
Il Duetto is probably the other italian restaurant worthing stopping by in the region, but offers a completely different set up, much more traditional and formal. So for families with younger kids, Tartin Izza is a very sound choice where the adults benefit from creative food in a very casual environment.