I had a giant Calabrese with fresh chiles. It was amazing! Eggs mozzarella capers and spicy sausage.
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This family run place has a great atmosphere. It is a good sign as a tourist to see locals enjoying this local restaurant. You can see why when you taste their delicious pizzas. They provide gluten free pizzas and pasta too. I really enjoyed my...More
I almost didn't choose this place for pizza because of the review that said it was so salty. I'm so glad I took the time to read rest of the other reviews. The pizzas were extremely delicious, we have been traveling around Italy and can...More
Pizza just the way I like them - thin crust with tasty toppings. Take-way option but it is really nice to eat them in, very relaxed ambience
The fried dough balls going by an Italian name tasted refried and hard to chew. The pizzas were far too salty, too crusty at the edges and doughy in the centre and we had to leave them unfinished. My pizza had a topping of a...More
Just love this family run business. Always a friendly welcome from all staff especially Franca. The food is extremely good, they are also very accommodations to various food requests. We have been enjoying for many years. The pizzas are always wonderful but so are the...More
Walked into his place and easily got a table for 4. Shortly after the waitress placed reserved signs on a number of tables so must be a popular place. Ordered two starters, our fav were the Pallini Fritti.... a must try. We then went on...More
All tasted good but for price of extra toppings at £1.60 each left hunting the pepperoni and the anchovies virtually non existent 14" pizza with 7 bits of pepperoni!
Was put into a window seat & straight away noticed a dirty cill. The table was cheap formica with no cover. Very close to the next table. Garlic brad was a miserable tasteless small offering. Pizza was OK but sparse in the topping. Lasagnes was...More