There’s something of a rustic feel to this Fulham pizzeria (part of the small Made in Italy family), with its chequered tablecloths, tiled floor, exposed brickwork and greenery – although the clientele is firmly south-west London. There are ten antipasti, some unusual pasta dishes alongside the tried and trusted (spaghetti carbonara, spaghetti alle vongole), and few grills and salads as main course salads.
But it’s the pizzas, from a wood-fired oven, that are the main draw here. There are 18 in all, at prices ranging from £5.50 to £12.90, and all are sold pizzametro-style (by the metre), as one long pizza. Standard options include romana (mozzarella, tomato sauce, anchovies, olives and capers) and quattro formaggi (mozzarella, Gorgonzola, Emmenthal, Parmesan). More unusual possibilities include Fra Rosario: mozzarella, sun-dried tomatoes,roast potato, sausage and onions. Pizzas are generously portioned. Side dishes are slightly pricier than the pizza for a place of this type, and can bump the bill up.