This is the kind of place you take ravenous young adults after a hard day's trekking or sailing. It may be no gourmet restaurant but the helpings are are on the large side while the bill is relatively small. And the food and ambiance are not bad at all. You can sit out or in as the weather or mood dictate; the service is rapid and friendly. As its name indicates it specializes in Italian and the pizzas looked particularly good. We ordered "Rognons à la Dijonaise" and they came XXL with a healthy side of "allumettes" and tomatoes. Puddings are perhaps not their strong suit, but perfectly OK. The set menu at €28.00 offers multiple choices, while the "A la Carte" offers yet more possibilities. But because they have good turnover, it is not over-ambitious. Definitely recommended.
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