Stumbled across this after using the app to try to find a restaurant . Looks basic from outside but we took a chance and went in. First night we went , very quiet and initially the place was full of smoke, adding a rustic charm to the surroundings . Smiling faces chomping away gave a clue that food good. Friendly service followed . The patron works in an open kitchen at the end of the restaurant next to the jewel in the crown ...the wood fired oven. We ordered pizza ...of course. But there are classic Savoyarde dishes also ...i.e. Cheese in bowls type stuff. Wife no fan of pizza. Ordered a Four Seasons which due to the seriously hot furnace like oven , came quite quickly. As did my chorizo one. Immediately one sees why this is a highly rated pizza. None of your regimented perfectly round pies . These were roundish , had a wonderful light crisp base. Toppings plentiful but not so as to drown the flavours of the base. Wife declared the Four Seasons to be " The best pizza she has ever tasted " anywhere. ! What an accolade . Couldn't agree more. My meaty pizza was fabulous. Taste was super and the base is so light , really not one of those where you can't finish . So overall and excellent pizzeria . Ended up going twice.....would have been three nights on the trot but one night it was closed.....and on the second night a party of twenty locals took table behind us, so that's validation . We did see some of the traditional Savoyarde dishes and they looked great. Must be difficult to get table in high season, it was popular enough in low season. Go, you won't be disappointed.
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