Pizza is their specialty, and they do it well. With a smallish menu to choose from, each of the pizzas that came out to the table looked equally delicious.
When first walking through the front door, you are welcomed by a cafe/canteen style restaurant with a fresh and clean type of feel. High ceiling, large uncovered wooden tables and dark chairs fill the large space. Menus are simple paper menus, which are broken down into different sections to make reading the menu easy. Although the bistro area out front is perfect for families, if you keep walking past the kitchen, you end up in a more stylish dark setting which was more my style. A small, but intimate area with high top tables, a small bar and a few dining tables are available for those looking for a more ‘trendy’ setting.
If you keep walking down the stairs, you will find yourself in the cellar, which is also one of their two private dining areas seating up to 18 guests.
To start, we had the eggplant fritte with sesame, cumin salt, lemon mayonnaise (not the healthiest option, but a tasty one!).
For dinner we shared the Calabrese Pizza & their Mr Wolf Antipasti platter. The pizzas are a thin crust (but not as crunchy as you would find with a wood fire pizza), but very flavoursome. The antipasti was good, but the presentation was a bit average. We weren’t explained the types of meats that were presented to us so I couldn’t tell you what they all were.
Their beverage list had a good combination of beers, wines and cocktails to accompany their menu. Their cocktail list is quite unusual, however most of them sounded tasty! We did however skip cocktails and went straight for the beer & wine section. Their wines served by the glass were quite limited, however some good ones to choose from. Their beer list had some great imported beers to keep the guys happy.