Diner benches, brick walls, an old-fashioned fan…. With its New York trattoria feel, the little sister of the Triplette restaurants sends out good vibes and plump Neapolitan pizzas. The night we went, after a plate of oven-roasted vegetables (zucchini, artichoke hearts, eggplant, peppers, €10), and another one of speck, mortadella, Neapolitan salami and Calabrian spianata (€10), out came the pizzas with extra soft crusts: a Prosciutto e Funghi – with fior di latte from Agerola, L’Italiano 1930 ham and mushrooms, €15; a plump Calzone – San Marzano tomato sauce, mozzarella di bufala and fresh basil, €10; or even a splendid Tartuffo – cream of truffles and speck, €18. Make it even better with a good old-fashioned tiramisu (€7). To drink, there’s spritz (€5 a glass), Montepulciano Podere (€27 a bottle) or Poretti beer on tap (€6.50 a pint). Antipasto €6-15, pizzas €9-20, desserts €6-10. // C.P.