We were looking for a good Pizza and were not disappointed. Papa Capo and Mama were very nice. Food was very quick. Salaicchia with peperoncini oil was delicious. Not the cheapest Pizza in town but well worth it.
This small restaurant was a nice discovery. We tried the pizzas and they were very good, they offer the best pizzas we have tried in the neighborhood. The menu is a little small but interesting enough so we'll be going to visit again.
There were 13 of us, and there was no problem seating us even though it was busy. The lady running the show was super nice and friendly and looked after us very well. The bruschetta was superb, and the pizza's were some of the best...More
Just 10 minutes walk away from where I live, I'm very lucky to have this pizzeria to visit anytime! Excellent pizzas, (I'd tried 3 different types and all are delicious!) What I like about their pizzas is the crust! Thickness is just nice. Stone-baked. Unlike...More
Honestly, I was dragged here by a friend who works next door. It looked liked the usual place with "specialités franco-italiennes" (if you see that, run, it means the food is nothing like what you get in Italy.) Anyway, she insisted, so I just agreed...More