Came across the pizzeria up in the hills by pure chance. We had been visiting the towns museum and stopped at the bar opposite for a coffee and my daughter pointed out the VERA PIZZA sign which is the sign of an approved Neapolitan Pizza maker. So once we finished our coffees popped in a booked a table for the next evening and it was defiantly worth it. “The Best TRUE Pizza on the Island in my opinion” lovely service and right in the heart of the village. Booking is recommend as we saw many people being turned away. Lovely mix of locals and tourist. Great honest prices €5 for a margherita €10 for a meat and cheese sharing board.
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