We went to Pizzeria Piedigrotta 2 on Saturday evening: the restaurant is busy but, even with no booking, we had a table ready in minutes. I know perfectly their stretched pizza, made using a dough a little bigger than the ones used for a standard pizza, then stretched to a minimum of 50cm diameter (a little less than 2 feet!!!) and served in a metal dish (a pottery one to fit this large pizza will be too heavy). Having been there lots of time, I changed my mind and ordered a cold fish starters: it includes prawn cocktail, swordfish carpaccio, steamed salmon, smoked salmon, octopus, marinated anchovies and squid in 2 different ways. Normally it will be enough, but I was really hungry so I added a large portion of grilled veggies. My friends had a huge ham and sausage pizza, an octopus with steamed potatoes starter and Cavatelli Mediterranean style (fresh pasta with pistachios and fish sauce). Water, two glass of white southern Italy wine, and a coffee. Total: 74€. In Milan we'd have spent at least 100€ for the same quality, quantity and courtesy. Very good, as always is. The only non-positive thing is the service charge: 2,5€ X 3 = 7.5€ is too much - though decoration and fabrics are good, this is still a pizzeria.
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