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Although it’s related to the original on Munster Road, this branch of Pappa Ciccia is an altogether bigger affair with more extensive facilities tailored to young families and big groups. Twelve-inch pizzas from the hand-built oven are the main business of the day, with around 15 different toppings including a half-moon ‘mezzaluna’ and an unusual ‘cold’ version topped with rocket salad, cured beef and mozzarella; you are also welcome to create your own combos from a big list of different ingredients. Otherwise, antipasti, bruschetti, and paninis are backed up by a host of familiar pasta dishes such as penne arrabbiata, lasagne al forno or spaghetti with meatballs. To finish, keep it in the family by ordering the torta della nonna or one of their homemade gelati. The restaurant is licensed, although you can also BYO. Takeaways too.
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09 August 2013
A truly great neighbourhood restauramt
06 November 2009
Just the most authentic Itailian food around.
My husband and I eat their all the time and not many people know they are one of the few places left with BYO even though they are fully licenced. We hope they never change! The food is so good and they have never dropped the standard as so many places do when they become sucessful.
23 September 2008
Food took ages to arrive. I think they forgot our oder despite only 4 other people in restaurant!
When food arrived it was very hot which usually means its been reheated and the food looked like it had been.
When we commented on the above we were told that it was not there best effort as they work better under pressure!! However, no discount or compensation was offered. I wont be going back.
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