I visited place in a Saturday afternoon for lunch with my wife. She had a cappuccino which was excellent: perfect texture and giant (restaurant serves an even bigger cappuccione as well), a Parma ham, Mozzarella and rucola wrap which was good but could use a little more toasting and a half litre still water. I had a pepperoni pizza which I consider medium-pan: I liked it alot though if you like your pizza wafer thin, this is not for you. It was loaded with mozzarella and 'pepperoni' slices. I also had a half litre soft drink and a cappuccino. We ended with one generous portion of red velvet cake which was excellent but more on the brownish side on the inside. Price of all this: €20.55. Food arrived in about 20 minutes and when we arrived, restaurant was almost jam packed. The place is a bit crowded so think twice before you go rolling your pushchair inside but we managed. If owners remove two or three covers, it would probably pay in the long term. Still if you just go for a quick coffee, you may judge the place to be spacious enough. This restaurant is not in a prime location, although very central for this town, but the owners have made up for this by presenting a varied menu with very decent prices. We had visited a couple of times before and will definitely return to try one of their burgers, minute steak (about € 6) or ribeye (about €18). With a similar establishment within walking distance, an eatery right across the road and a popular fast food chain next door and still almost chock-full of people, they must have gotten it right!
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