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Review excerpt: The interior of Galleria’s Umeda location is sparse, with only two carpets occupying the cement floor and dark wood tables. Signage indicates that this isn’t just a “Pizzeria,” it is also a “Plant Factory,” which explains the rows of pots containing herbs along the back wall. The Siciliana and Roma (¥1,400 each) had nicely charred crusts and came with as much tomato sauce as olive oil — which is to say, the right amount. Galleria also offers a Mortadella, covered in a layer of cold-cut Italian sausage meats.