The restaurant is little with some tables outside. The pizza is thin and very tasty, I liked it. A tip: try the dessert. There is a good choice of delicious dessert.
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The meal was OK, but certainly not extremely good. Service was a bit slow due to many people there. No atmosphere to talk of, just a small place with a few tables in side and out.
My boyfriend and I ate here for two nights in a row! We are both Italian and loved this place! We had "muscoli ripieni" as appetizer (a speciality that I'd suggest you trying if you have not yet!), Spaghetti allo scoglio (which were "al dente"...More
We stayed for a few days in Levanto and this Pizzeria was literally 10 meters from our place. We tried it only the second last day and we have found good pizzas (that's all we tried), professional, welcoming and smiley waitresses and I'd say very...More
Unforgetable dinner and service after a good walk in Cinque Terrre. We got a pizza with tunic and anchovie, and another with gorgonzolla and ham. One of the best pizza we ever had.
A fair meal spoilt by over-charging on the bill (difference between bill and menu) and a cover charge that appeared to be for nothing (no bread or nibbles offered). Not a place I would like to return to.
Nothing better than eating pizza that was sooo fresh and the crust just perfect. The cheese and spices were indescribably delicious.
We were tempted into this pizzeria when we smelt the take away pizza from here that another couple at our campsite brought back with them. The restaurant doesn't look much from the outside but i'm glad we gave it a go. The Encyclopedia of pizzas...More
Stick with the Pizzas but try the Farinata ( chick pea flour batter and fried(!) in the wood fired oven. Stefania, the excellent waitress, speaks very good Carlisle English with a Scouse accent (sort that one out). The restaurant menu promises much but delivers little.