Outside on their blackboard you'll find it written "Coffee like in Italy". I would say not only coffee!
Through the window you see long, long yummy pizzas - it really reminds me the year I spent in Italy
Then you enter and hear some Italian radio - music, chatting, all the beautiful song-like language thing.
Interior is simple and pretty.
Kids left tomato-sauce-prints of their hands on the seats, but it turned no problem: both to wash and to be tollerated by the personnel. Such a friendly personnel!
The we had to choose which pizza we prefer. And it wasn't easy at all
And then something to drink: maybe wine? maybe italian beer?
Our little son loved Italian ham, he got few extra pieces straight to his mouth, so happy! And his older sister got Amerettini cookies, not to feel worse ;)
Definitely a place to be recommended. For its food, olive oil, good prices and smiling staff.