I came here with two friend after seeing it open and hearing good things from others. We had some olives to start and a bottle of wine between the three of us, which was a good start to lunch.
The menu is rather limited, especially in comparison to other places but there was enough to choose from. I opted for a white pizza, although I asked for it to be with a tomato base originally, but the waitress convinced me to stick with it as it was. I had the Panna with ham, mushrooms cream and cheese. I am glad I did as it was very nice as it was, even though I do like a nice tomato based pizza! My two friends both had red pizzas (again one which was meant to be a white pizza, but asked for tomato instead) and we each tried a bit of the others meals. It was nice to have a bit of a mixture of the red and white pizzas. The pizza base had a lovely texture and was not too thin or crispy as some other places can be.
The restaurant itself is fairly small and a bit out of the way from the town centre, but if you are in the area there are plenty of pubs around there as well, and it is worth visiting if you like pizza. The atmosphere and decor are good, and it is lovely to see the big titled pizza oven at the front of the restaurant!
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