Being Italian, if there is one particular food type that we are good at rating, that's pizza.
After ordering we were offered a basket of freshly baked bread which was very very good!
We tried three different baby pizzas: the veggie pie, the diavola and the capricciosa. The dough was delicious: thin but not overly crunchy and absolutely not soggy in the middle. The toppings were good but not what I was expecting. In Italy, the diavola (or devil's pizza) is the equivalent of the American pepperoni pizza and is supposed to be hot and spicy. This topping was not hot at all. The veggie pie could have had a richer variety of vegetables but all in all it was very tasty. The capricciosa was good but somehow did not win me over. I loved the fact the the pizzas were cooked in a brick oven and that they were not greasy or oily.
The restaurant is very clean.
The atmosphere is South Italian. The personnel was very quick, professional and friendly.
The bathroom is clean and spacious but there is no changing table...
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