We visited this restaurant for lunch and after being kindly directed to the English menu (they have a few different languages so do ask). My hubby chose a pizza and I chose a chicken salad with two coffees. The waitress looked at us and said “To share? I bring you a bowl” we were a bit confused, but smiled and said yes please. It all became clear when the food arrived! The pizza was a folded one and it filled the plate! The salad was in a bowl and again it was a very generous portion. So share we did and it was delicious. Our guide had told us they made better pizza than the Italians and having sampled them in Rome he’s almost right. Maybe not better, but equal to. The food was lovely, the service as always professional and understated. I love the fact the staff don’t interrupt every five minutes asking how the food is, usually when you’ve got your mouth full. The restaurant is tucked down a side street of the old city, so it doesn’t have a fabulous view like some of the other restaurants do, but it was lovely for a quiet lunch out of the throng in the main streets.
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