There’s nothing overly dressy or showy about little restaurant Spizzico, it’s just good old fashioned Italian hospitality. Inside, the interior is subdued and intimate, while outside tables enjoy a more lively aspect over Clemenceau Avenue.
Everything is simple in presentation and while nothing is jaw dropping, all the same, there are good reliable Italian favorites, served fresh and with a friendly smile.
Expect the usual staples of antipasti, pastas, main courses and desserts, all of which taste homemade. Our green salad with parmesan was uncomplicated and a good starter to our main courses. We enjoyed our chicken and vegetable risotto, which was full of flavor without being too heavy, with the rice perfectly cooked. Similarly our lasagna was tasty with a nice amount of bolognaise to go with the baked pasta.
Overall there was nothing particularly memorable about Spizzico’s food or its décor, but reliable food that’s served with genuinely warm service will always be a welcome and worthwhile addition to our restaurant scene.