This place (128 Killiney Road, 6737-7127) across from Rialto came recommended by a friend who agreed that the pizza at Casa Roma was too soggy and simply inadequate. Portobelle, however, was a bit of an odd mix, featuring that ever-so-vague "Mediterranean cuisine" but then confusing things even more by featuring Mexican food too. (How many times have you seen moussaka listed in a menu right after a burrito??)
I shied away from the Mexican food, but went for the pizza that my friend suggested. My diavola variety came out piping hot and fared surprisingly well with its salami, chili peppers, and generous volumes of tasty cheese. I couldn't quite figure out the crust though, which was thin like I prefer, but seemed largely unrisen or something.
Well, to a non-bread eater like me, it really didn't make much of a difference. It tasted good and came out hot from the oven, so it was indeed generally enjoyable. I still hesitate about ordering from the "Latin American" side of the menu, as the same friend of mine gave me a horror story about the jalapeno poppers here. But I'd come back for the pizza, assuming that there was enough space in this little dimly lit place (only four tables sandwiched between its stucco walls, but hey - it sure gave it character).