This place is rustic and noisy. If it weren't for the Australian accents here, you'd swear you were in a regional Italian eatery. The terrazzo-tile dining room is furnished with bare wooden tables, around which sit professionals and university students in enthusiastic conversation. The paper place-mat menu lists traditional pizza and pasta dishes in two sizes—appetizer and entrée—a must-order is the spaghetti marinara. As this is one of the most popular (read: packed)
restaurants in the East End of Rundle St, reservations are a good idea. Because the restaurant stays open late, it's also popular after a show or a movie.