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Piatto in Wayne


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Tried Restaurant Piatto on Hamburg Tpk in Wayne - I'm a lover of brick oven pizza, but since there is hardly a decent place to eat anywhere in this area I didn't go with any expectations.

We liked the calamari appetizer, I thought the pizza was very good and will keep me going back. We didn't try the pastas & I'm wondering if anyone else has. Usually for family style we head to E&V's.

Cute atmosphere, nicer than a pizza place, but not too formal to bring the kids. The only strange thing was the forced valet parking. Their lot is not huge & it's not the money/tip I object to, it's just odd to have them take my car and park it 15 feet away.

Any other feedback on this place?

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It's fairly new I think - on Hamburg Tpk in what was Cinders. We have been getting their advertisements & coupons in the mail. The menu has all of the usual Italian pasta dishes (bolognese, vodka, primavera, etc.) with a nice variety of salads, typical sandwiches (chicken parm, etc) & the brick oven pizza (regular, white, 3 cheese, chicken or arugula/tomato salad). Almost everything comes in two sizes - individual & family.

The pizza was very thin crust & crispy, two people can easily finish the 14" which is $12. The only other thin crust I've had lately is the Star Tavern & Michael's in Nutley (which I love), but since this is from a wood burning brick oven, it has a different flavor so I can't compare it to those. I've never been to Kinchley's, so I can't say on that one.

Pastas are around $12 and $24 for family style.

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we tried Piatto's the other night. nice, casual restaurant. good service, BYO, and very good brick oven pizza. their pizza is similar to the brick oven place in Hackensack - with fresh mozzarella, ricotta & basil. we had a tri-color salad first which was very good & more than enough for two people.

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