Since people expect different things from a restaurant, I’m usually not surprised that my opinion may differ from others. Occasionally, though, I go to a restaurant and am completely baffled by other perspectives. We hesitated going to Pizzeria Romeo based on some negative reviews; but having eaten there, I find those reviews factually wrong. This is a comfortable restaurant (except for the ill-behaved children whose parents should have to take child-rearing lessons) with excellent food, a solid wine list, and friendly service. We began with a first-rate carpaccio that was everything one wants in an appetizer. We then shared two pizzas: the creative flamande with a cream sauce, pancetta, leeks, and mozzarella; and the delicious prosciutto with a tomato sauce, rocket, and parmesan. Both were incredibly good and satisfying. We had read that the pizzas were too small; as we ended with nearly half of each pizza to take home, I can only assume that such reviews were written by gluttons. Jessica was a perfect server, warm and attentive, charmingly bilingual, and spot-on in her recommendations. I think Pizzeria Romeo has the best pizza in Montreal. It also does take-away.
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