Time Out says
Pizzas play a lead role at this family-run Italian restaurant in Hornsey - they're all cooked in an authentic wood-fire oven that looks the part. The restaurant itself is certainly a dinky spot, but there's take away - and a Piaggio parked outside does deliveries.
The pizza selection keeps things pretty traditional, with margheritas, marinaras, quattro formaggis and diavolas all available as 13 or 16-inchers. The rest of the menu is classic Italian, too - think bruschetta, Sicilian arancino, gnocchi with porcini mushrooms and tagliatelle with a slow-cooked boar ragu. Tiramisu features on the dessert list.
The wine list keeps things exclusively Italian, with bottles kicking off at £13 for a Puglian sangiovese. Bottles of Moretti and Peroni on draught are available, too.
Users say (268)
Average User Rating
5 / 5
- 5 star:266
- 4 star:0
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- 2 star:0
- 1 star:2
wow... had calzone once, undercooked sloppy, wet pizza. don't understand where all the 5* ratings are from considering the place is very often empty.
this place is not just pizza and this is important for me coz i eat only salad. Tuna salad is delicious and well presented
I'm a usual customer of the other italian restaurant cross the road called tomo, nothing to compare, this is the real Italian restaurant in Hornsey and Crouch end. Friendly ITALIAN staff, Good Music, Good Wine and perfect Italian Food!!!
Food is very well presented and much tastier then other restaurant around. Wine is sublime especially negramaro from puglia
delicious pizza, one of the best in London.Friendly service.Highly recommend.I would gladly to nominate this restaurant.
Been attracted by the old fiat 500 outside and became regular customer. finally real italian restaurant next to my house.
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