Although we had the traditional italian fare (we seem to be specialising in sepie and fegato alla veneziana) it was interesting to see that the menu had a crossover to asian, reflecting the owners travels. Also had a variety of cicchetti (tapas plates) and interesting contorni/insalate dishes.
The food was good, friendly waiter/owner (?) who was prepared to chat as it wasn't busy the night we were there, and a pleasant place. A bit pricey, but not too bad.
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