Got a take away for two early evening. Only three people eating in (it was a wet evening) hard to comment on the atmosphere but it's a cosy enough place. Ordered the Bruschetta and vegetarian anancini. The former was made with fresh tomatoes, it was a little salty for my liking but good. The arancini was big! It was a little bland but oddly enough became more moreish as it cooled down and what's leftover will be eaten tomorrow. We ate Pizza Florentina and Al Tonno. The bases had become a little limp on the 10 minute journey home but crisped up nicely on our pre-heated pizza stone. Both were very good and a lot better than most we've had in Brighton & Hove although they lacked the rustic taste of pizzas cooked in wood burning ovens. The bases were again a little salty to my way of thinking but that's probably because I never add salt to my food. Overall the pizzas were enjoyable and tasted freshly cooked (which they were as I watched them cooking) and the bases were well cooked. It'd be a great local pizza restaurant and it's a good place for take away and we'll definitely eat from there again.
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