Vacanza is an Italian restaurant more or less opposite Zest in Ebisu. It covers two levels and has an interesting Napolitan style decor. The menu is mainly pizzas and pasta. The lunch set includes anti pasto or salad, pizza or pasta for 1,600 yen as well as an optional dessert for 200 yen. I ordered the salad with prosciutto which was very nice and followed it with a lasagna which was flavoured with a bit of truffle oil. The lasagna was quite nice, but there was lots of orange fat coagulating on the bottom and the meat was, to be honest, a bit gristly. They serve the meals with some foccacia and olive oil, but I had to ask for more (so they don't get the "brought more bread without asking award"). My dining partner had the anti pasto which was apparently delicious but small. This was followed by crab linguine which had lots of shell but not much meat. Overall this is an interesting little place to try but there are some things they could do to improve the food.