Discerning natives flock to this place for a cheap lunch, or a good takeout. Just a few steps from Grafton Street, this Italian eatery is also popular for a late-night bite. Slices of delicious, thin-crust pizza, with all the traditional toppings, are the main attraction. The funghi (mushroom) pizza is particularly good. The few tables are usually full, but it's worth waiting around for the classic Italian pasta dishes like the carbonara. Some diners just opt for
the fresh salads with focaccia. Follow it all with cheesecake or tiramisu, and good strong espresso.
Nov 9, 2005
The perfect place for a lunch time snack or early evening meal. Simple and tasty. The coffee is excellent. It is one of very few places left in Dublin, where you feel that you get good value for your money.