Cosy home-style Italian restaurant and pizzeria tucked around a corner with a nice street-side veranda. Good atmosphere with warm and friendly service. They have a page dedicated to handmade chicceti, something like Italian tapas; little fried calzones, little mozzarella sandwiches, bruschetta and so on. You order a few to nibble on or you can make a meal of it. The rest of the menu is about as heavy on the meat and seafood from the charcoal grill and rotisserie oven as it is on the pizzas and the hand-made pastas. They also serve tagliata di filetto di cavallo, aka horse fillet. A very nice (if somewhat pricy for "casual") Italian spot.