I worried that I should have booked our table of five but no fear. We walked in on Saturday night to find only one other couple at a table. It was quiet but the marvellous photo of what must surely be a street in Naples gives the space a cosmopolitan feel. The large pizza oven in an open kitchen was a point of fascination to Nana Bid. We learned it was imported from Italy and was heated to about 450 degrees Celsius to cook each pizza for about 90 seconds.
The Polenta Fritta (polenta chips $10) were delicious but extremely salty.
There was the choice of one salad and lots of pizzas for mains. Unfortunately there was no salmon on the night we dined. We had the Margherita ($11 for small, $21 for large) and it was universally loved, but the Salumi (tomato, mozzarella, ham, pancetta, salami, $16 and $29) was a massive hit with kids and adults. It was traditional and simple yet full of light meaty deliciousness and textures. A great recommendation. We also sampled the Diavola (tomato mozzarella, salami, olives, anchovies, chilli and basil, $15 and $28) which had slippery toppings but great chunks of anchovies, for those who love them, and a Napoli Street (garlic, smoked mozzarella, pork sausage, mushroom and chilli $15 and $28). The smokey flavour came through really strongly and the pork was soft and lumpy - just how I like it. The bases were very light and extremely thin.
even for photos.