There was a place called Mona Lisa pizza in Frillesås for as long as mu Swede can remember. And that’s a long time considering his father built the summer house in Frillesås in 1964.
Believe me when I said it had seen better days by the time I came on the scene in 2005ish. Now it is gone. It has been transformed into Little Beirut. We haven’t been there yet but I’m willing to give it a try as I like Lebanese food.
I like to come and hydrate. Their flavored water always hits the pot. Weather it is the lemon water on the counter or the mint and orange water I discovered today, I rarely if ever order a beverage.
Pizze Reale does special orders, like switching out the kebab meat for falafel in my salad, which was huge.
The owners have spiffed up the exterior. I like how they are taking this restaurant seriously and creating something nice for the villagers.
The service here is excellent. The staff is friendly and the prices are fair and the portions are large. And they let me sit and use the Internet which is unusual here. People don’t come here to get on their computers, they come here to eat and drink. But when you have unreliable Internet at the summer house and have things to do that you can’t do on your phone, you come here and enjoy!
Nice things happen to me in Sweden.