Tucked away in Rue de Pascale you will find this authentic Italian restaurant. We got there too early for Italian standards: At 7:30 pm the restaurant was still rather empty, but it soon filled up – with Italians. Always a good sign!
We just hat time to nibble on the yummy tomato-basil-bruschetta, before the pizza arrived. Very pronto!
Our pizzas (Quatro Stagione and Vegetale, both approx 10 €) were piping hot when they came and the toppings were fresh. No frozen or preserved vegetables. (Nothing worse than tinned, third quality mushrooms on a pizza!) Good quality ham and mozarella.
The waitress was friendly, let us order in “Pigeon-French”. (She didn’t switch straight to English – a nice move!) However, she did forget the mixed salat. When the small bowl finally came it was a bit of a disappointment: A green salat with three slices of tomato is hardly a mixed salad! And for 6,90 € rather pricy.
The size of the pizzas was reasonable, but we weren’t overly full afterwards, so we wandered down to Place Jourdan in search of a dessert. (The Italians on the table next to us did it Italian style: Primo Piatti: Pasta, followed by a main course.)
Oh, and by the way: The house wine (red) was excellent at Positano.
Positano, Rue de Pascale 20, Brussels // No Website