This popular pizza joint may not be worth a trip across town, but as a local, it’s hard to beat. The interior – dressed up with washing lines of Napoli football shirts & general southern
Italian bric-a-brac – is an odd sight in London, but it’s best to go with the flow & enjoy it. Food is fun & of a high quality. There’s an ample choice of antipasti, including several
familiar dishes (bruschetta, carpaccio, octopus salad), but also lentils with friarielli (broccoli rabe) & chilli. Next, the big wood-fired oven is used to full advantage, producing excellent
crisp-based pizzas with classic Neapolitan toppings. Pasta comes in hearty portions; recommended is the homemade scialatielli with mixed seafood & chilli. In comparison, main courses are
slightly uninspiring if well prepared (mixed grills, sausages & potatoes, baked fish). Booking essential.