I don't want to go on about this too much - and my partner is is already bored of me 'going on about it' - but I simply must say how lovely the Margherita Pizza was when I dined at Buon Appetito last night (Saturday 19th Nov).
No matter how sad this sounds, I've been chasing this high (!) so to speak for the last 12 years when I had a similarly magnificent pizza at a tiny restaurant in Naples...
The food has a lovely, un-processed 'rustic' quality and very much looks home-made. The sauce on the base of the pizza was subtle and very generous - and not sweet; the mozzarella cheese tasted very fresh - and the bread base was especially yummy and a bit yeasty. It all blended together beautifully. Surprisingly cheap at under £6 for a huge pizza.
My starter was also very nice - Ciabatta A Modo Mio - surprisingly expensive for two very small bits of bread at £6.95.
I very much liked the service - quiet, polite - but not pushy or chatty which I can't bear. It all seemed a modest family affair which I liked. We sat next to the window which meant we could be super-quiet which I also liked.
The proprietor was very affable as well and somehow made the place seem very homely - yet professional - if you know what I mean.
My partner had Tortellini Al Burro e Parmigiano which funnily enough did not seem a very generous portion at all, but it tasted fine on the whole. Nothing all that special. His starter was extremely good however - fried mozzarella in bed crumbs in a huge ocean of beautifully prepared Sugo al pomodoro.
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