Located on a side street, it is deceptively understated. All the locals chatting, eating and drinking outside gives the first clue. The wood fired pizza oven gives the game away. The patron (presumably Bruno) is master of the oven and all he surveys. He is as likely to be kneeding dough, dressing pizzas as he is to be outside chatting, laughing and entertaining customers.
The antipasto are definately home made and delicious. However, the pizzas are what this small, white-walled, family run pizzeria is all about. Fantastic and typically flat, Sicilian style. However, there is a north African influence to some.
The whole experience is only exceeded by what the comes at the end of the evening. The bill is incredibly reasonable.
We ate here twice during a short stay.