If you like your pizza thin and crispy, piping hot out of a wood fired oven, with that charring on the edges, and want to go somewhere casual and you can feel at home. Then this is the place for you. One word of warning, the Pizza's are big enough to share, or bring an appetite.
There are tables outside, but this restaurant is very popular with locals, so get there early if you want a chance. We started with a dish of beef carpaccio stuffed with fresh basil and shaved Parmesan which melted in the mouth.
The Pizza arrived on a board with its own pizza cutter. We shared one between two and were full up by the end. The cheese had melted beautifully. The tomato sauce had just the right amount of spice and the toppings worked well.
The beer comes from the Paulaner Brewery just around the corner.
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