Had a rare date night and decided to try this little pizzeria after reading good reviews.
A warm welcome on arrival, nothing was too much trouble. They didn't have an alcohol licence at the time so we took our own drink.
Starters of olives and bruschetta were delicious, the only slight niggle was that the restaurant was cold. By the time we got to the pizzas more people had arrived and the place was full when we left around 9pm. Good to see as the pizzas are truly excellent. This little restaurant deserves to thrive.
The menu is small which allows the chef to concentrate on producing a few excellent options rather than many mediocre ones. A very good evening out and I can't wait to go again :)
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