We had been in Italy a week and not had a pizza so went here for lunch based on the reviews.The waiter was very welcoming and spoke good English. He told us he was the lunchtime pizza maker as well. We ordered two pizzas and both were superb. We could tell that they had been carefully made with all ingredients proportioned neatly over the pizza. We marveled that the thin crust NEVER got soggy despite the nice amount of tomato sauce and three or four toppings. The waiter explained that the dinnertime pizza maker made his own dough, which was used at lunch as well, and that he allowed it to rise and mature a day or two. Apparently that helps avoid sogginess. It was wonderfully crispy and tasty. This is a nice casual restaurant and I think they take pride in their food. Only one block outside the castle walls and away from the touristy restaurants inside. It's worth a little extra walking and searching to find Alla Risacca. We're so glad we did.
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