I liked this place for a couple of reasons:
1. The Smells Wafting Out on to the Street-Talk about putting your olfactory system on overload. The smell of freshly baked Italian pizza, roasted vegetables and roasted garlic grabs you before you even walk in. Passer-byers on the street seemed to light up as they walked past the front open-pained glass doors. I assume this was from the smell of the place but it could have been from all of the pretty Putney-ites sitting in the front of the restaurant.
2. The Food-This is connected to the first point I liked about this place, but stands out on it’s own. Wonderfully diverse menu with a long list of vegetarian options including veggie antipasti, soups and bruschetta. Check out the pizza section (of course) for basic and not so basic topping options. While we split a broccoli and sausage pizza + antipasti platter + side salads, you may want to check out some of the seafood options that also covered the menu.
3. Location, Location, Location-Located on the high street but not cheesy. Definitely date or out with friends worthy. Usually packed so be sure to plan ahead if you are eating during rush hours.
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