While I always cringe a little at paying over $20 for a pizza, for what I had here I was happy to pay. The dough of my wood-fired capricciosa pizza had a nice glutinous texture, as well as fresh, good quality toppings. It was quite distinctive and I really enjoyed it, though I wouldn't pay more than the $22 that it did cost me.
If you're a Qantas Frequent Flyer member you can book a table here with Qantas Restaurants and earn some points, but either way table bookings are recommended as this place always seems quite busy.
While the clientele are mixed, the "younger crowd" forms a fairly high percentage of diners so expect to hear the occasional swear word and to see people taking selfies everywhere.
Service was OK, food was tasty, and my only real complaint would be how closely the tables seem to be squashed in together, especially inside the venue.
A modern restaurant that does the old classics well, albeit nudging the $30 per main dish mark....