Offering both take away and eat in options, it's the type of place which would draw in families and regulars - a no frills kind of place offering up hearty pizza and pastas at a reasonable price. It does, however, offer outdoor seating which is an appealing draw card on a warm summer's night.
To eat I had the half / half large pizza with Margherita and the Patony special. The Patony special was ok, but nothing overly inspiring. The must have on the menu though is the Margherita pizza. Crispy crust, lashings of cheese and bursting with flavour - often coined a 'boring' or 'safe' flavour of pizza, this Margherita is anything but ordinary.
Whilst I wouldn't recommend going there for a wine (great value, but not the nicest wine going around), Patony pizza's is a must have if craving a Margherita pizza.
Verdict: like - get around to trying the Margherita at some point