Ridiculously enormous range of pizzas, and clearly hugely popular on a Saturday. Nice selection of wines.
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The place was very quiet, just a few tables occupied. The young waiter was very polite and all started very well. Read the menu, ordered the drinks, drinks came and ordered the food. The starter, mussel soup, was good, not brilliant but good. Still not...More
We went twice, which says something, as it provided good quality "ordinary" Italian food, with a huge array of pizzas to choose from. And it's in a good spot to watch the world go by. The service is good enough, if not sensational, but the...More
Fantastic restaurant. We both had the most wonderful pizza. So busy, on a weekend with the locals, but even so the service was good, wine delightful and food delicious.
A good meal. We had boring steak and chips but it was excellent and the chips were lovely. Starter of grilled vegetables with cheese which was very good. No dessert! Lovely sitting in the tunnel.
My friend and I ate here last night and the food was delicious. We had pizza which was very tasty and caprese mozzarella appetizer. Everything was delicious. The waiters were fast enough however hard to get a hold of the times as it got more...More
We ate here twice, and although the menu contains some main courses such as loin of pork, it is predominantly a pizza place, frequented by tourists and locals alike. Very helpful staff, and very good pizza (10inch fungi €5 euros) with local wines priced at...More
The owner was rude and disingenuous not realising that we understood her as she spoke badly of us with a local on another table. Food is adequate but within 20m of somewhere so much better in so many ways. Kiss marry avoid - AVOID!!!
This is an excellent location when the weather is fine for outside dining. The food is delicious and very freshly prepared. The menu has a really good selection without being over ambitious. The wines on offer were very pleasing and paired well with our food....More
Having eaten at lunch time my family wanted something simple later whilst visiting Modica. After looking at various options we settled for La Perla (which isn't located as on TA map). We were met by friendly staff and then served by a patient waiter who...More