We were here for the pizzas and they didn't disappoint. The all important wood fired crust was a not so thin that it drooped, yet still had that Napoli quality to it. We had the Red Hot Chilli Peppers (devine), the American Idiot and the Wild Things. All were delicious. They don't mind requests for extra toppings. We also tried the Crispy Calamari and the Crispy Arancini - both were delicious. Keep in mind that the wine is very expensive -the 'Some Young Punks Squids Fist' was $60 a bottle, twice what you pay at the bottle shop.
Service was excellent. All round it was a great night and we'll definitely be back.