It must be an expensive brother of Pizza Hut was my first impression and I am glad my very first visit to PE broke it big time.
Usually I refrain from writing point-by-point review but doing it here would be injustice to the experience.
Contemporary and tidy ambiance with ample seating choices. Only one table was occupied when we entered and I couldn’t stop myself from clicking a few shots of the perfect setting. The open kitchen also adds to the charm if you are curious and want to see how your food is being prepared.
Food: We tried Berry Fresca (160++), Sunrise Ice Tea (160++), Dough Balls Doppio (325++), Garlic Bread (180++), Giardinie (675++), a classic pizza upgraded to Pizza Romana, Lasagna Verde (510++) and Bonaffee Pie (325++).
Dough Balls was something new to try. Made with very soft and fresh ingredients, it was good for single try but not an exceptional item. Garlic bread, again with fresh and soft texture didn’t disappoint either.
Pizza and Lasagna were excellent and well balanced in taste while Bonaffee Pie satisfied the sweet tooth. A must try if you are fond of banana and cream. That also come wsith choice of gelato.
Service was a pure complement to the high-on-quality and high-on-aesthetics food. The friendly staff knew very well the ingredients and taste of the food on the menu.
Prices are definitely on higher side but somewhat justifiable given the gourmet experience.
Recommendations: Sunrise Ice Tea, Garlic Bread, Giardinie Pizza, Bonaffe Pie