Its name is Italian for bicycle and the motif is carried through his funky restaurant housed in the ultrahip Diamant Hotel, with two-wheeled images on the big umbrella-shape light fittings and pieces of memorabilia.
The popular dining spot for lunch, dinner, and weekend breakfasts was once a student dormitory, and the interior's distressed look (featuring old bathroom tiles and shabby walls) has been left to add to the venue's funky feel. The menu features antipasti, pasta, a long list of pizzas, salads, and only a light smattering of meat and fish dishes. Start with the yummy large olives stuffed with savory mince, crumbed and lightly fried; or try the slow-cooked pork and veal meatballs. Thin-crust pizzas include the "fantasia": mozzarella, spinach, sausage, cherry tomatoes, and gorgonzola. Pop in early for great pastries and good coffee and use the free Wi-Fi while you eat.