Pizza is fantastic here. Waiter staff were more interested in the football on TV than serving but they were friendly enough.
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Ate here both nights of our stay - and loved it! Once we set aside the bright strip style lighting inside (why would you do that??) we had a fabulous time. Linguine vongole excellent, which small sweet clams and full of delicious garlic oil, the wines both nights were lovely (and cheap), risotto balls highly recommended as is the pizza... More
Out of the way, yet delicious and friendly. We enjoyed the food and dessert. We arrived at 7:30pm, which is a little early for dinner here, and were the first in the restaurant. By 8:30 it was full. Clearly a favorite for many of the visitors and locals
Not much to look at but food was great! We ate there as it was sunday night and most places were shut. Recommend the Perla Salad - very tasty. And such good value - we ate wonderfully for 22 euros for 2 with wine. Good ambiance - enjoyed the experience.
The best food I've eaten in Italy. Tried a primi with cheeses, ham, salami etc and it was yummy! I also had a pasta and it was one of the best pastas I've ever eaten! My next visit there was a bit bad though, the waiter didn't know much english so there was a misunderstanding so I never got my... More
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