Firstly, I hope I've got the right restaurant as there are several in the area with similar names .... so fingers crossed ......
We were pointed to this place on a bank holiday Monday night by our concierge who said he often ate there.
It's certainly not the most pre-possessing place from the outside, and had we not been advised, I'm sure we would have walked on. Nevertheless, having poked our heads round the door, we noted what looked to be a very nice courtyard garden, but it was far too chilly for us, so we contented ourselves with an inside table in a room that was not for the romantically inclined.
Our somewhat Falstaffian waiter lived up to his appearance, so that was a good start.
The food wasn't anything to get particularly excited about, though my 1970s escalope milanese brought back happy memories, and of its type was very good indeed.
The highlight of the meal was the tiramisu. This is not something I would normally choose, but I'm very glad to have done so, for it was light and alcoholic without being overpowering - and frankly almost worth the visit on its own.
Overall, I suspect it is a much more convivial and thus satisfying place when it is warm enough to sit outside, so I'm very undecided as to how well to recommend this place.
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