Struggling to locate a pizzeria with spare table on a Saturday evening, this establishment, very slightly off the beaten track and tucked away near the re-located post office, comfortably satisfied our requirements.
Notwithstanding the ugly great white silo a few meters away, temporarily serving the redevelopment work on the old post office, the terrace tables were still being used as the cooler autumn nights creep in. The inside was fairly full and seemed nice and cosy, hosting Saturday evening Italian families and young people.
We chose pizzas - four seasons and romana. Both were very good; crisp base and not over-loaded with ingredients. With two beers (3.50euro) the bill came to a reasonable 23euro. The service was friendly and fairly efficient for a busy night.
Many of the patrons seemed to be regulars; one could argue that if an inferior product were served we would see a less busy establishment than was the case. The quality-price ratio earns an average rating. The overall quality of pizzas offered in town (and Italy in general) is high so this award seems not unfair, and consistent with the competition's fayre. Will probably return.
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