We were quite hyped up about the pizza, but they turned out just okay. The crust is a little thicker than we'd like, and they were not so generous with the toppings (50 Friends might be a better bet). However, I quite enjoyed my agnolotti, which turned out more like 4 lamb dumplings, and I loved the tomato-rosemary-ginger that was recommended for the homemade pasta. The appetizers were average - minestrone turned out to be to like some chicken noodle soup, not tomato-based at all; calamari (known as Raba) were rubbery; only the portobello mushroom, pear and roquefort salad was decent. However, there was the one saving grace - a delicious and decent-sized tiramisu (we can taste the liquor).
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