I have been eating at this place regularly in the past few years. It used to be renowned as one of the finest places to eat in that section of the city. Time has passed and some things have changed - the pizza aren't necessarily as great as they used to be, it's more crowded now and thus the place is a lot louder, the service is more rushed too - all consequences of the ever-growing popular appeal of the place and its mass success. Although, it has been successful at maintaining certain standards of quality and this is what keeps me going back from time to time. The menu is pretty well furbished with plenty of pizza, pasta, dessert and drink options, you have to look at the walls in order to distinguish the daily offers as well (which usually are worth a shot). Overall the food is pretty good and the pizza are baked on the spot and made to order. It can get pretty busy and the service might occasionally suffer from that, you can tell everyone is in a constant rush but in general the staff is pretty friendly.
Not the calm, quality italian food place it used to be, albeit still a good spot to check if you are looking for a filling meal of slightly above average standards. Hopefully it doesn't get even louder than it has become with time in the future.
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