Huge place and equally huge(enormous) pizzas! Make sure you are properly hungry before you go here.
I have had gluten free pizzas in many restaurants in Europe, and this was the best by far, you could almost not tell it was gluten free. Chewy crust and made in a wood fire oven. Excellent!
Very friendly staff, although english is a bit of a challenge for some of them, but if you speak slowly, they mostly understand.
We arrived around 20.00 and the place was almost empty, and by the time we lest at around 21.30, the place was totally full and there were lines outside, waiting for a table. So arrive early!
The only reason I don't give them 5 out of 5, is that the owner (lady taking payment from customers at the exit) looked like she took the tip we gave the waitress. I might be wrong, but it's not cool that she even has to take the waitress' tip. Also, by the time we were done, we were served by 4 different waiters. That was a little confusing. But there were around 40 staff on duty, so I guess they help each other, but it was confusing. The menu is also pretty big and confusing to some degree.
But anyway, very nice place with very reasonable prices. An enormous pizza is 10€ - I would for sure come back!
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