Steve starts off a little hesitant and and thinks it's decently average but he admits it all grows on him and by the end of our first two plates; he declares enjoyment and satisfaction.
The team of wait staff seem confused as we have ordered our food in two sections. We are asked a couple of times if we're ready for dessert or if we have enjoyed our meal. It's not particularly busy so perhaps they need to understand what's happening with the customers and see where they are at before asking about dessert. It certainly confused me as I wasn't sure our pizzas were on their way!
The wait staff are friendly and they try hard; I think there's a little inexperience or they might be new so it's not as slick as it could be. It's clear there is one guy in charge and he seems to have it more under control and has to lead the rest of them.
But onto the most important part - the pizza. I really love the pizza. The dough is just the right balance between thick and thin. Thin enough for some char and blistering but not crispbread thin. And thick enough to have some chew but not too heavy for the tummy. The toppings were delicious so all in all, thumbs up.
Two entrees and two small pizzas were a great amount for us. We found it well priced and good value. It's a family friendly, no fuss but still impressive Italian and we're glad it's our new neighbour!