We visited the A' Luna Rossa twice during our stay. The first night after a long day traveling we decided to stay local and have cheap eats and pizza was the choice. We found the restaurant through TA and saw the good reviews.
We both had a pizza each, plenty of food as expected. The pizzas were perfect, crispy edge, thin well cooked base and topings we could not stop eating. For €10 each these were great. I could taste the basil in my mixed cheeses and mushroom pizza.
The second time we had different choices. For starters we chose tomato crostini, this was a huge portion covering two big slices of toast heaped with tomatos and slivers of cheese, all for €5. Enough for two. I had the mixed mussels and clams, also very good and a main coutse quantity for €11. After a suitable gap we ordered a main couse, rigatoni with porchini mushrooms and tomato, again good, my wife went for ice cream desert instead. Nice quantity and tasted good.
Recommeded for cheap quality eats. Most of the other customers were Italians and they semed happy.
Note that they only have one red and one white local wine by the glass or caraffe and this is quite rustic, shall we be kind and say, but at €6 for half a litre, hey! There is a wine list for bottles.