We loved this! The day we were there (Sunday, Mid-May), they were taking walk-ins at 6 pm, but the restaurant was mostly full. We were there with a 4.5 and 2 yo.
Decor/Inside: Huge room with high-ceiling. It's loud, but not so much that you can't have a nice conversation. There is a large, communal table (probably seats 40) in the middle. They do seat smaller groups there - it's a bit higher up than the other tables and you sit on stools. I did see kids sitting there, so they must have different high chairs/booster for them. The pizza ovens are open to the room and it's good for a few minutes of entertainment for the kids. It's bright light-wise, but in a good way.
Appetizers seem reasonably priced. We had the fritto verdure, fried vegetables. It was a good sized portion easy to share - with artichokes, mushrooms, eggplant, zucchini, and a few others things that I've forgotten. Probably 10 good sized pieces in all. It was served with a spicy marinara. We also had the arancini - three big arancini sitting in a thin layer of regular marinara. I believe the arancini also had some type of meat/sausage in the middle, but it was just a little. My 2 yo loved the arancini. Both were good, filling appetizers and a good value for the money. I could have easily gone there just to eat apps.
We shared a large pepperoni pizza (not very exciting, but i knew the kids would eat it). It had a thinner, delicious crust and tons of tiny pepperoni rings. I thought the pizza was excellent - not exactly like pizza I remember from Italy, but far better than most any pizza I 've had. I believe it was $28, which, even given the quality of ingredients, seemed a bit overpriced, but not as much as other things at Disney. My kids are big eaters, so we usually eat more than a large, but it was plenty filling. I don't even thing we finished it. We also had the "pizza" salad for 2. It is mesclun greens served in a bowl and you help yourself - it wasn't terrible interesting, but it had a nice, lighter dressing and a few interesting things (olives, pepperoncini). The order for 2 was plenty, we each had several servings and gave some to the kids.
My husband had a big mug of Moretti and I had a wine "special" they had.
Our bill was $95 with tip.
Overall: I'd highly recommed this and if you had an especially big party, it would be fun to sit at the communal table in the middle. Or, if you're not into a heavier meal, it would be a good place to go and have some interesting apps for dinner. Whenever we got back, this will be on our list.