I'm assuming in writing this article that Pizzeria Barbarella, having been open only a couple days, is going to improve on a lot of what they offer. You should keep that in mind if you plan on going too. In some areas it'll be a problem. In others, not so much.
I went to Barbarella's just the day before, and found it looking pretty quiet on the outside. On the inside, the place resembles an empty warehouse. There's no ambiance at all. Cement floors, loose cables, plastic chairs, and the washroom light flickers like you're in a horror movie. There's no mirrors in there either. For ambiance they'd deserve 1 star, but again, they just opened, so I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt and hoping they're only a few weeks away from getting the place looking lovely!
The service isn't too bad. At the time there were almost equal servers to customers. Again, they're new and hadn't quite got into the groove with the menu yet, but were for the most part friendly and attentive. They are a bit confused at times, but they get you your pizza nice, quick and fresh, and keep your water full.
But on to the good stuff! The pizzas are delicious. If you've been looking for authentic Naples-style pizza, you probably know there aren't many options in Vancouver. This is one of the few places you CAN get a good Italiano pizza made, as opposed to something you'd find at Rocky Mountain Flatbread, or Boston Pizza. The pizzas are made in what looks like a pretty good oven (you can check it too, it's an open kitchen) and come crispy, hot and tasty. They're nice and moist in the center but have a great crust. They range from $12 to about $16 or 18.
That's it, really. Their menu is pretty small so far, so there are about 5-6 pizzas to choose from and a few appetizers I didn't try. They've also got standard fare Italian-style drinks, I think spritzers and sodas. I was really happy with the food, I absolutely love the kind of pizza they make at Barbarella. I hope that everything else quickly moves along to equal how good their food is.