Went to Fritti for lunch and was not disappointed with food and service. I had a pizza (Pancetta and Onion) which was very, very good. Nice thin crust with good flavor of its own, wonderful combination of toppings that provided just the right degree of depth and complexity without one ingredient overpowering the others. Pizza was not greasy, cheese was creamy and perfectly melted.
My wife had a Panini that she truly enjoyed as well. She said she wished for a bit more complexity - perhaps by adding just a hint of Pesto - but overall, expressed her endorsement of the food.
We also had a salad (Insalatona) which I thought was somewhat lacking in composition. You basically receive a few mixed greens surrounded by a hard-boiled egg, artichokes, cherry tomatoes, cotta ham, spicy salami, and smoked gouda. I'll say that ham, salami, and cheese were very good, but the plate felt more like a loose combination of antipasto items than a composition of ingredients that form a whole. Don't get me wrong, I liked the salad, but it didn't seem well thought through.
I also want to point out that the chairs outside are not the most comfortable. I found sitting just a bit awkward and never truly relaxing. I don't think I would want to sit in them for an evening meal - unless it was really just a quick bite.
Overall, this restaurant is quite nice with good food at a reasonable price. I have no objection to going back for another meal.
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