We had dinner at this restaurant for two consecutive evenings.
The first evening we shared a farinata as a starter, I had a pizza ai funghi and my husband had a pizza greca, followed by tiramisu.
The farinata was fine, and both pizzas good. The only problem is that my pizza arrived on time (5 minutes after the starter), that of my husband arrived after about 10-15 minutes. The reason? The pizzaiolo burned my husband's pizza 3 times.
Tiramisu was very disappointing: to put it mildly, it was a free interpretation of the famous Italian dessert. The two desserts had only a few things in common: savoiardi biscuits and cacao. What they offered as tiramisu was, in reality, what I would called a tiramisu-looked alike pudding: lots of double cream, a couple of savoiardi (only one layer) and some cacao powder on top. Did not look like and, even worst, dit not taste like a real tiramisu.
The second evening we shared a focaccia as a starter, which was ok, but nothing special, I had a pizza with aubergine and my husband a quattro formaggi.
The good thing is that this time both pizzas arrived at the same time!
The bad thing is that both pizzas were slightly uncooked (very white crust) and did not taste as good as the previous evening. Perhaps the pizzaiolo got told off for having burnt three pizzas the previous evening and decided to remove them from the oven when they were still white... who knows....
In both occasions we paid a bit less than 30 euro (with a medium beer and one bottle of water).
REgarding the service: we were served by the same waiter on both occasions and he was very friendly.
To sum it up: this restaurant is ok, but nothing special.
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