A clean, simple, rustic style. Piccolo Sogno's cuisine is traditional Italian, using the finest ingredients: organic vegetables, Mediterranean fish, and mozzarella and tomatoes from Naples for the restaurant's thin-crust pizza. Since opening in 2008, Tony Priolo and Ciro Longobardo's restaurant has won great popularity and awards. Perhaps their secret lies in the simplicity of their cooking and their "homemade" approach: from pasta to gelato, almost everything is made on the premises. We suggest you rigatoni al sugo di nonna (tube pasta, pork neck bone "sundaygravy", braised meat, tomato, whipped ricotta). The 400-strong all Italian wine list has something for all tastes and all budgets. The prices are among the most competitive in town, the selection available by the glass is more than remarkable. A proper winelover destination.
The best trattorias/bistrots are marked with 1,2,3 shrimps according to their quality grades.