Excellent food, friendly staff and great service. Just a hole in the wall but serving a delicious dinner.
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Tiny place, with tables placed much too close to each other. We were served by a lovely waitress who spent the evening being shouted at by the irascible owner. The pizzas were dreadful, far too much topping made the bases soggy. Not surprisingly, there were...More
We were recommended this tiny little restaurant by our Airbnb host and my goodness was it a great eat!! The restaurant is a small restaurant in a little street. You can almost easily miss it if you are in a hurry. It is your typical...More
Italy ruined pizza for me, once you've had a real Italian pizza in Italy every other pizza will seem rubbish in comparison. However, Gusto Italia pizza is the best pizza outside of Italy! Had to wait a little bit for a table, but it was...More
Certainly wouldn't rush back here. Service, though prompt, was brusque to say the least. The food itself was passable, not memorable. Our antipasto of caprese salad wasn't what I'd expected. Maybe it was just a French version: mostly dressed salad leaves, with a few balls...More
This restaurant is within walking distance of the Eiffel Tower, and although they forgot our order the food was served up quickly and tasted really good. Proper stone baked pizza and classic slightly al dente pasta with a lovely sauce and bread on the side....More
Fine dinner in a small but cosy place and a quick service. Good price for the food, although the beer was pretty expensive.
Group of 8 ate here in August 2017. After becoming somewhat exhausted with much more expensive restaurants we were looking for some simpler and more reasonably priced food. Italian never disappoints. And it did not in this case. Small with perhaps 10 tables it can...More