The restaurant's lack of ambience was more than made up for by the fabulous pizza!
The restaurant looked more like a large garage or warehouse. The tables were plastic and the folding chairs were metal. The kitchen was separated from the dining area by a counter. I think perhaps this restaurant was more geared for delivery and take-out service than for dining.
However, the restaurant was very clean and the service was friendly.
Favorite Dish: The pizza! It was a "real" Italian pizza made by hand. The ingredients were fresh, the tomato sauce was seasoned perfectly, the crust was chewy, and the cheese was real Mozzerrella.
It was a far cry from the pizza offered by the chains in central Mexico. Those taste like cardboard when compared with Giovanni's pizza.
My husband and I had a large, 3-topping pizza (ham, salami, and mushrooms) that could have served three to four people. We had to take the leftovers back to our hotel to eat later (and the pizza was great cold!). A medium would have been more than enough for two.Related to:
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