68 Sudbury Street
Toronto, ON M6J 3S7
Levetto is a small pizza shop that appears to have other locations in the Downtown core. This one in particular is off the beaten path and is rather small, but popular nonetheless. The menu here offers a variety of different pizzas and pastas and focuses on the simple aspects behind them all.
Because I'm fat, I had to order both a small pizza and a pasta because I wanted badly to try both (didn't have the girl around to help out). For my pizza, I chose the Soppressata, which was spicy soppressata slices with tomato sauce, mozza cheese, and fresh basil. The slices of meat were tasty, but I barely got any basil which was disappointing. The slices are definitely enough as an appetizer for two or a meal for one.
I also ordered the Rigatoni which comes with a braised beef Ragu. The pasta itself was messy, but that was on account of the bounty of meat that is provided. Good hefty amount of pasta and meat and the ratio is surprisingly pretty even.
The food was tasty and the prices seemed fair. The service did take a bit of time but I came with a larger group so I tend to forgive them a bit. They fill up rather quickly, and with it being such a small place, don't be surprised if you have to end up taking out. Worth a run if you're craving some good pizza/pasta.
Ambience: B | Service: B | Price: B- | Food: B