When the first waiter came to our table to take the order, I said that we would order some drinks first and order food ten minutes later when my wife would join us after parking our car. The waiter said we couldn't do that. He said that we needed to order food now or leave because the restaurant is a very busy one and many people want to eat there. I looked around and saw that the restaurant was almost empty. I pointed that out and insisted on ordering the drinks first. The waiter said in a rude tone that he'd check with the manager if I'd be allowed to do this. When he came back, he confirmed we couldn't. I then told him we had changed our mind and we'd order food right then. The waiter said it was too late and we had been in breach of the “policy”. That was it for me. I got up and asked my guests to leave with me. My guests refused to move (it had been quite a trek to get there) and a waitress came to confirm the “policy”.
My wife arrived five minutes later. Whilst we ate, having been “allowed” to do so by the owner in the end, a customer at the table next to ours was loudly told off by the restaurant owner for having used a chair from an adjacent table. The extra chair was for the customer's very young daughter. I couldn't believe the owner was scolding the customer In front of the child.
At the end of our meal, we paid and as we were gathering our belongings the restaurant owner said to my wife “Eh, you must leave now. There are many customers waiting outside”.
The pizza is rather good, I must admit, but definitely not exceptional (I have had much better pizza in Nice). There is in any case, in my view, no food good enough to accept to be treated that way. If you are looking for a pleasant meal experience, stay well away.