We were roaming around Poitiers, taking in the sights and smells and sounds. . . At a certain hour, we start looking for a dinner spot. This time, too late we realized that it was a Saturday night and a festival was underway, making it difficult to get in anywhere without a reservation. Le Magenta was very welcoming, although, watching the waiter running around like a maniac, made us quite tolerant of the service, which, given the circumstances, wasn't all that bad. We got served water and wine rather quickly. The pizza was a thin-crusted pizza, and they even had hot pepper flakes in oil, a rarity outside of certain regions of Italy. It was warm inside -- from the brick oven, we got satiated, and all was good!
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