I'd highly recommend this place if you're in the area and want a snack or takeout. They made our pizza almost from scratch; balls of dough were done, but they rolled them and put all the ingredients on fresh in front of our eyes and they tasted fresh and like the thin pizza you get in Italy. They only cost 5.5 Euros for a 30cm (12 inch) pizza and it was what in England would be a meat feast - 4 different hams including salami with whole pickled chilli all over. Also we asked for a garlic pizza with cheese no tomato, and although they seemed amused and had never considered it they made one and only charged 3 euros.
Not really a cafe as only has a couple of tables outside and a small inside, but we got pizza to go as we were staying near by; if it's nice Savigny Platz gardens are at the end of the street where you could sit. Pizza names in Italian and description in German. The man at the counter didn't understand English or Italian at all but tried very hard and they found someone who did speak English because my husband kept using it even though I had enough German to cope. My way of saying they tried hard for us. They were really friendly - I sat outside while we waited and they managed a laugh with my husband about the fact I would be alright with him eating the garlic bread via the found English speaker.
I'v given the special occasion mark as 1 only because the shop is a snack bar size - for a meal with young family at 'home' it would be great.
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